The comment was hyperbolic, I admit, but they did "hijack" their terms & conditions, changing the direction of their ship in "mid-passage" as it were, after many of us had already invested heavily into their ecosphere, were already passengers on the boat. Isn't that what pirates do? And the broader, sarcastic point I guess is that people on these sorts of forums love to get self-righteously up-in-arms over abuses performed by hackers on the low end, but too often overlook or excuse whatever new rules are imposed from the high-end, from positions of corporate (and in Ni's case, monopolistic) power. In the arena of software commerce, term "piracy" is a catch-all buzzword exploited to justify all manner of draconian, lockdown EULAS and CP in exactly the same way that "terrorism" is used by politicians in the wider society to justify measures that result in the decimation of civil liberties in general. IMHO we would be better-served by expending less energy moralizing about the kid at the torrent site and instead engage more attention to consumer rights and fairness for the honest end-user. Justice is not a natural byproduct of a system that exists only to serve capital. If we want justice, we have to demand it.