Originally posted 2005-02-17 00:04:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
Bill Heinze’s I/P Updates blog reports about a trademark registration you can see at the erstwhile movie pirating website LokiTorrent.com. You get a message that says “There are websites that provide legal downloads. This is not one of them.” The site is the property of the good people at the MPAA. And it ought to: Downloading someone else’s movie is just plain stealing. Even if the MPAA is against it.
Clients sometimes ask whether the infringing website they’re steaming about can ever fall like an overripe fruit into their hot little hands. Yep. It can.