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"has distinguished the company on several legal issues important to Hollywood, especially the war on piracy"

At this point, I stopped caring about the article. I was originally wondering what a "power lawyer" was but now I understand that it's one employed by a large corporation to destroy the lives of those who could potentially be customer of said big corporation.


Destroy the lives of people who steal their content? Fine with me.

Edward R Murrow

Q: What do you call one lawyer at the bottom of the ocean?

A: A good start



bigqueue... when someone "steals" their content, what exactly has the content owner lost?

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