Came across this interesting article in p2pnet.net:
Dtecnet, the new RIAA Black HoleComplete article.
p2pnet news view | RIAA News:- The couple [pictured above] make a dodgy looking duo, don’t you think?
Almost like a photo from a police blotter.
Hard-core file sharers for sure and they’re also the stars of a moribund Hollywood anti-P2P effort organised by Dtecnet, a Danish company created to cash in on corporate entertainment industry attacks on their own customers.
As p2pnet reported many moons ago, Dtecnet’s chairman was (and still is, for all we know) Johan Schluter, a member of the Big Music record label cartel’s IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry).
Not only but also, the Danish Anti-Piracy Group’s Niels Bo Jorgensen was, and probably still is, a board member.
Now it’s a BS-slinger for Vivendi Universal, EMI, Warner Music and Sony BMG’s RIAA, stepping into the black hole left by MediaSentry, the desperately inept online scalp-hunter recently fired by the Big 4 extortion unit.
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