That doesn't make sense, since that already have more than a pretense for legal action in instances of actual copyright violation. There are plenty of tools, including the DMCA, around for that right now.
(And after getting the content taken down by the hosting company they can still go after the user responsible for posting it, they just generally don't bother because it's an unrewarding exercise.)
now that Opera is dead
Apple’s entire product line targeted for alleged DRM patent violations
Intertrust won $440M from Microsoft, now accuses Apple of using its patented tech.
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