Sources: Bay Files, TorrentFreak
quote: The RIAA would graciously allow users to pay $35 to receive a review that would look at whether the infringing file could have been protected due to "fair use" rules, "pre-1923" (public domain) status, or account misidentification/hijacking incidents.
quote: There's a whole lot wrong here. Since when did the RIAA become a Government law making body anyway?
quote: pirating users have been shown in numerous studies to buy more content LEGALLY than their peers who do not pirate.
quote: The Avengers???
quote: Who's with me?
quote: *throttling (temporary)*service tier downgrade (temporary)*redirection to landing page until subscriber contacts ISP*restriction of Internet access (temporary)
quote: You still can't prove anything based on an IP address let alone a username.
quote: Under the scheme, the ISP partners would send warnings to users caught file-sharing.