In this YouTube video, Alki David delivers a stunning attack on CBS Corporation for playing both sides on the piracy front. David tells viewers how the CNET website, a subsidiary of CBS, is distributing illegal file sharing software, as well as DRM cracking software.
David is a digital media entrepreneur currently living in Beverly Hills, CA. In September of this year, he launched FilmOn.com claiming the site was the first high definition internet TV service in the U.S.A. Less than a month later, The Hollywood Reporter reported that CBS, NBC, ABC and Fox filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against FilmOn.com.
Considering the lawsuit, it's clear that David has a reason to be bitter with CBS and he is fighting back through this video which makes a compelling argument that CBS, through its CNET website could be a video pirates best friend for delivering the various tools and software programs, free of charge, necessary for pirating video.
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