Selective Enforcement = Discrimination?
I fail to see how they can fairly pick-n-choose who to pursue. Aren't they OBLIGATED to prosecute every single person if they prosecute any, even the first one? The potential for abuse, if their conduct is allowed to continue, seems quite high.
NO(!) I say, you can't let the first 20 million people *steal* (ok, ok, it's not stealing it's copyright infringement) something then start getting litigious when the next joe sixpack steals 20 of the same thing, nevermind that we already knew the damages from the one individual could not be as high as they claim as you'd have to have an independent 3rd party make an impartial assessment of real annual losses and divide that by # of TOTAL uploaders and # of uploads.
Makes me think the liability per copyrighted work really ought to be closer to $1 per, but nevermind fairness or justice, we're on a freakin' crusade!