The MPAA struck again yesterday, this time announcing they plan to sue six bit torrent trackers which specialized in television content. However, overall availability of last night’s TV content was only slightly affected, with users being forced to find other outlets. The MPAA also touted a decrease in bit torrent network traffic since their December attacks on movie trackers, although most users actually report an increase in traffic since that time.
The file sharing community is reacting with outrage, pointing out that TV is fundamentally different from movies and music; many of the shows are already available to them via their paid television subscription or simple TV antenna.
Read more over at Slyck news.