Sources: High Court of Justice Chancery Division, The Pirate Bay
quote: The copyright laws are unjust and not in the best interests of the people, and therefore are null and void. Anyone who attempts to impose and/or enforce unjust laws would be guilty of treason. It's that simple. If you're willing to roll over and allow public officials to abuse or misuse their power, you are just as guilty of treason as they are in my opinion.
quote: 98% of society supports copyright laws. Only the vocal minority are in denial about copyright laws.
quote: This may be the stupidest comment I have ever read on this site. Congrats!
quote: Copyright law is clearly within the best interest of the people because it encourages the creation of creative works by allowing authors of these works to profit from them. Do we always implement copyright law perfectly? Of course not, but the basic underpinnings should be supported and should include classifying the sharing of copyrighted materials as piracy.
quote: The copyright laws are unjust and not in the best interests of the people, and therefore are null and void.
quote: Consequently, I vehemently disagree that I was to interpret his point as that "there is a great deal of legitimate file sharing." If that were actually his point, he would not have made the preposterous statement that copyright law should be generally null and void. No one has ever made the point that copyright law should extend to legitimate file sharing, however, the effects of some laws (SOPA/PIPA) have had the effect that some legitimate file sharing would be chilled.