Hey just thinking out loud here, but ... I build a website professing to be a powerful law firm. (Download and copy using website copier ripper, modify images etc. so I don't get a DMCA shoved up my ass). I then upload this website to a domain with the name 'Kenyon & LLoyd of London' or some official sounding shit like that. I then upload torrents (here's the genius) to several well used file sharing networks. The torrents are the latest movie available for download, ie. Slumdog. Along with the movie I have an .exe file which when run sends me the IP address, network details and system info of the person using it to my email (easy to do). The .exe file is called something like 'Free DVD Burner', 'DVD Recorder', 'Watch using this' etc. The .exe file displays a 'Program crashed' page, or 'Cannot be used with this processor type' (if using Vista you will be used to this!) and shuts down after sending me the relevant info. I then send the ISP a demand for the address of the person who's IP I logged. The ISP sends me the relevant info and I then send the unsuspecting person a demand for £500 for copyright infringenment, logging all the system info, IP address, computer name - the full shabang. This would be undeniable proof, as the system info cannot be faked (I don't think) even though any old IP can. The £500 makes it all go away. Just asking because I have heard of several UK law firms doing something similar, and it seems like real easy money. Opinions please.