On behalf of NBC Universal, BayTSP informs the accused file sharer of the law. BayTSP also shows the documentation it has obtained about the person, including IP address and date and time the infringement allegedly occurred.
The most relevant part of the letter is that there's no threat of any lawsuit.
Mike Gravlin, a CNET reader who has not received any such notification, has opinions on the matter nonetheless. "Piracy is wrong and I don't condone it," he said in an e-mail. "I just have a problem with the heavy handed approach Voltage Pictures is taking. Where's the shot across the bow?"
May 31, 2010 9:19 PM PDT
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