"These claims (by Torrentspy) are false," Kori Bernards, the MPAA's vice president of corporate communications, said in an e-mail to CNET News.com. "Torrentspy is trying to obscure the facts to hide the fact that they are facilitating thievery. We are confident that our lawsuit against them will be successful because the law is on our side."
If even half of the suit has merit, it could spell big trouble for the MPAA as well as other companies seeking litigation against file sharers. While the “significant proof” they mention isn't available yet, we'll eventually to get see what really happened.
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