Paper reveals methods for possible entrapment of innocent P2P users.

A paper posted anonymously on a free website in Australia was released that divulges possible methods for innocent users of file sharing networks to be entrapped by members of the recording industry, or other users of these networks that either have malicious intent, or too much time on their hands.

This paper is an eye opener and provides a possible defense for some of the 261 suits filed against average music consumers. I personally do not believe that the names of these people should ever have been revealed to the RIAA and that their rights to privacy were violated by the RIAA and the government for enacting the DMCA into law… but those are just my thoughts. What are yours?