Anyone else only here because the MPAA sent them?
Um... More context please? I clicked the link but all I saw was what you quoted, and a bunch of replies.I've said it before and I'll say it again: When it comes to Reddit, I just don't geddit.
The MPAA Is Trying (and Failing) to Take Down an Entire SubredditCall attention to something sketchy and you're bound to make it more popular. In its latest piracy-thwarting attempt, the MPAA just alerted hundreds of people to the fact that there are links to stream and download thousands of full-length movies on the subreddit /r/FullLengthFilms. Smooth move.Early on June 24th, before TorrentFreak got its hands on a Google takedown request filed by the MPAA against the subreddit, you can see there's a relatively small hundred or so users checking the subreddit each hour. But last night, when TorrentFreak published its article, you can see a substantial jump.
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