Fw: Google Alert - miivi

From: Randy Saaf <randy_at_mediadefender.com>
Date: Wed, 4 Jul 2007 21:49:29 -0700

Great. Now we r on slashdot.

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From: Google Alerts <googlealerts-noreply_at_google.com>
To: Randy Saaf
Sent: Wed Jul 04 19:19:22 2007
Subject: Google Alert - miivi

Google News Alert for: miivi

MPAA Sets Up Fake Site to Catch Pirates <http://slashdot.org/articles/07/07/04/2212213.shtml>
Slashdot - USA
But that's not all; MiiVi also offered client software to speed up the downloading process. The only catch is, after it was installed, it searched your ...
See all stories on this topic <http://news.google.com/news?hl=en&ncl=http://slashdot.org/articles/07/07/04/2212213.shtml>

Google Blogs Alert for: miivi

Miivi.com is front for MPAA and RIAA to trap you! <http://www.perfectporridge.com/2007/07/04/miivicom-is-front-for-mpaa-and-riaa-to-trap-you/>
By Porridge
From TorrentFreak.com today: Media Defender, a notorious anti piracy gang working for the MPAA, RIAA and several independent media production companies, just launched their very own video upload service called "miivi.com". ...
Perfect Porridge - http://www.perfectporridge.com <http://www.perfectporridge.com>

Heads Up <http://www.ronbailey.us/2007/07/post_4.html>
Media Defender has registered a new domain and launched a video upload / download site with a web 2.0-ish name: miivi.com. Miivi claims to offer hight speed downloads of blockbuster movies like "300" (don't download), hereby luring ...
ronbailey's weblog - http://www.ronbailey.us/ <http://www.ronbailey.us/>

Anti-Piracy Gang Launches their own Video Download Site to Trap People <http://torrentfreak.com/anti-piracy-gang-launches-their-own-video-download-site-to-trap-people/>
By Ernesto
Here is a screenshot of the WHOIS info, it speaks for itself. No matter how wrong 'piracy' might seem to some people, this is NOT the way to fight it. Update: they changed their WHOIS info. miivi, MPAA, piracy, RIAA.
TorrentFreak - http://torrentfreak.com <http://torrentfreak.com>


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