I don't know about the morality, legality, or feasibility of this endeavor, but here goes... Most people are probably aware of how The Copyright Group is suing 5,000 P2P users for pirating The Hurt Locker. The way it works is that if you are caught pirating, you are sent a letter threatening to be sued for $150,000 unless you immediately settle for a one-time payment of $1,500. It turns out that 90% of people when faced with such a letter opt to pay the $1,500 rather than call the bluff. The Copyright Group then sets up a website for everybody to make their payment and sees the money roll in (5,000 x .9 x 1,500 = $6.75 million) without actually having to take very many people to court. In this spirit I offer the following: Upload something (to which you own the copyright...an ebook, a video tutorial, whatever) to a popular bit torrent tracker. When people start downloading it make a note of their IP. Then, a la The Copyright Group, send them a letter threatening to sue them for $150,000 unless they settle for $1,500. Make the wording in your letter similar to the wording The Copyright Group uses (you can find their letter online). Set up a website to accept their payment and watch the money roll in.