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Old 10-12-2012, 11:12 PM   #126
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Originally Posted by HansTWN View Post
Why do you assume that paying customers are against companies suing freeloaders that get the same services for free? You are correct about the obscene amounts of money demanded in those lawsuits, but I am sure most paying customers want prices to be lower, which can only happen if companies can find ways to stem such losses.
Because, as I said, it's a matter of perception. Big corporations are already demonized just by virtue of being big corporations. Lawsuits that go after one individual seeking huge amounts of cash make them look like bullies to some consumers.

And really, does anyone believe for one second that any cost savings would be passed on to consumers?
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