The RIAA Pirated $9 Million Worth of TV ShowsGizmodo
Dec. 20, 2011
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The same RIAA that makes examples out of ordinary folks by suing them for millions of dollars for file sharing? Turns out someone there's been pirating full seasons of Dexter. Nine million dollars worth. Whoops!
That numberó$150,000 for each of the 60 episodes illegally downloaded on the RIAA HQ ISP (OK?)ócomes compliments of YouHaveDownloaded which logged the BitTorrent activity of some 50 million users and revealed that not only are the major movie studios pirating their own movies, but the RIAA is downloading pirated TV shows. Lots of 'em.