The article is essentially about a newspaper organization that has hired a company to search the web for articles, photos, excerpts that are being used on blogs and other websites. Then said company goes and obtains copyrights and sues the indivual(s). It appears in most, if not all, instances that the people being sued didn't even receive any sort of a warning. They eventually dropped a suit against one person once they found out he had autism, diabetes and lived on disability checks with his mother. I know that as photographers this is a sensitive issue, but I have mixed feelings about how they are going about this and would like to hear what you have to say on the subject. Disclaimer: For those who don't read the article it was written by a reporter who works for a newspaper that is owned by the organization that has hired the company to "hunt" these offenders down.