| 7:41 pm on May 24, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Well i take it when you can't do marketing yourself, it's easier to try and get someone else to do it for you.... reminds me of the company who tried to sue companies for using frames... and hyperlinks...
| 8:47 pm on May 24, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Why do people automatically buy into the notion that this is a 'money grab' without knowing all the facts?
I am sure glad we have a legal system in place.
| 10:40 pm on May 24, 2006 (gmt 0)|
My instinct on this one is that it could be legit. However, the sums of money that are being talked about (and have changed hands) are just crazy.
| 10:51 pm on May 24, 2006 (gmt 0)|
>> Why do people automatically buy into the notion that this is a 'money grab' without knowing all the facts?
$12 billion might give us a hint ;)
| 3:54 am on May 25, 2006 (gmt 0)|
|$12 billion might give us a hint ;) |
Okay, so you are saying that the more you sue for, the less legitimate is your claim.
| 5:59 am on May 25, 2006 (gmt 0)|
From all the postings around the net it seems they have a history of sueing people for no reason.
| 10:45 am on May 25, 2006 (gmt 0)|
|The amended court filing details a labyrinthine story of alleged greed, backstabbing, and conspiracy that culminated in Morpheus being mysteriously booted from the FastTrack network in 2002, a move that StreamCast says cost it millions of customers. |
So now FastTrack users are customers? Customers?!? And all this time I thought they were just kids downloading pirated MP3s.
| 1:40 pm on May 25, 2006 (gmt 0)|
The way I understand the issue, is that Morpheus, the (one of) original company name, failed to pay thier license fees to a music network called Fasttrack. They where booted from the shorted network for not paying.
So now, years later, the companies which maintained thier fees and stayed on that network, are successfull and they are p#$%# about it, and are sueing.
Could be more complicated than this, however I don't think so. This is roughly analogous to your competitor not paying thier thier hosting fees, and you becoming insanely succesfull, then the company which buys you gets into a law suit over it.