MPAA sues the internet. Of

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MPAA sues the internet.

Of course, the MPAA says its only concern is with the DeCSS case, not linking policies in general. "There is certain hyperlinking that is clearly legal and others that aren't," says Litvack, adding that links to DeCSS are like links to child pornography, which "no one would want to proliferate, even if it's linked and not simply posted."

How's that for use of rhetoric? I love the connection they're trying to form here - if you don't agree with the MPAA, you must be for child pornography.

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