Taxpayer funded korporate kopyright kops

So while this is a victory for Scopelight, it’s still a rather stunning revelation of how closely integrated a private industry organization is with criminal investigations, and certainly raises questions as to why such a group should get such access.”

Good question, and it’s one we’ve been asking since p2pnet started in 2002.

Because the  corporate movie, music and software cartels routinely suborn national and international police and law enforcement agencies, using scarce resources to look after company bidnes — at the expense of local taxpayers, squandering countless hours and millions of dollars which should have been allocated to serving and protecting the people who pay their salaries and expenses.

And no one says a mumblin’ word, least of all the people running the agencies.

So while this is a victory for Scopelight, it’s still a rather stunning revelation of how closely integrated a private industry organization is with criminal investigations, and certainly raises questions as to why such a group should get such access.”

Good question, and it’s one we’ve been asking since p2pnet started in 2002.

Because the  corporate movie, music and software cartels routinely suborn national and international police and law enforcement agencies, using scarce resources to look after company bidnes — at the expense of local taxpayers, squandering countless hours and millions of dollars which should have been allocated to serving and protecting the people who pay their salaries and expenses.

And no one says a mumblin’ word, least of all the people running the agencies.

http://www.p2pnet.net/story/24702

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