File sharing service sues RIAA for piracy

(via The Agitator)

From the "Too good to wait to post" file, KaZaA has filed suit against the RIAA for using pirated copies of the KaZaA software to figure out how to spy on file sharers.

As ye sow, so shall ye reap, oh wicked RIAA. And Bwa! To the Ha, to the Ha Ha Ha. As Brian Westoff notes, this gives an ancillary defense to those being sued by the RIAA, since (if I am understanding this correctly), a plaintiff cannot sue using information gained in a criminal manner (or otherwise due to a crime committed by the plaintiff).

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