At the same time, however, she has a valid point if her information is being accessed without her consent. That could be a major breach of privacy if these companies are not only storing people's information without consent, but also posting it publicly without their knowledge.
While I don't expect her case to go anywhere, hopefully Amazon will comment on what happened specifically.
I think they should use the "nickname" test. When I play Counter-Strike, I refer to it as simply CS. When I refer to Call of Duty, I call it COD. When I play League of Legends, I call it LoL or "League" instead.
I have never heard anyone refer to Elder Scrolls as simply "Scrolls" - it's usually by its specific name, as other commenters mentioned, that might be "Skyrim" There isn't likely to be much confusion between the two games since nobody refers to Bethesda's titles by "Scrolls" ever.
But what about those of us who were planning on buying a remastered DVD of a 50-year old version of Psycho within the next couple months?
I'm sure the studio is worried about losing all 2 of us potential customers!
If anything, pirated media like this should only serve to rekindle interest in an otherwise dormant classic film that many people might not have otherwise seen. Who knows, maybe some of those fans will even go and buy the physical copy because they find out they like the movie so much!