MPAA kills Anti-Pretexting Bill

Wired News reports that MPAA killed a comprehensive CA pretexting bill because they didn't want it to hamper their private investigators who use pretexting to weed out video piracy.

This is just amazing. The MPAA's ability to catch pirates is more important than your right to privacy in your personally identifiable information.

Now when you read another story like the HP pretexting scandal, you'll know who to blame.

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