bhtooefr writes: "I've posted a blog entry suggesting that the best way to stop the MPAA and RIAA is to protest high-profile movie releases and concerts. So, why not get started? Let's organize a protest of the release of A Nightmare on Elm Street. April 30 is when it'll be released — far enough away that I think we can organize something. Get it into the public's mind that the MPAA wants to violate their rights, point them at a site to explain this in detail, and get our message out there. Maybe we can chip away at the MPAA and RIAA directly, this way."
from the someone-else-to-think-for-you dept.
E. Vigilant writes "The new Trojan/Erazor-A has an interesting twist. In addition to deleting or disabling various security products and competing malware, it deletes any porn, warez and music in your P2P directories. While some opine that this trojan might have good intentions, remarkably few things infect the text files this trojan also deletes. No one yet knows who wrote this or why."