Fears & Nachawati | Andrea Perez
A copyright troll is just someone who is very litigious and tries to sue for infringement of their copyrights. They are no different than any other individual that abuses the legal system. For example, people who abuse personal injury litigation and have fake slip-and-fall incidents. As part of your rights as a citizen, you can sue anyone that you in good faith believe has infringed your copyright. There is regulation on this type of behavior. If you bring a lawsuit without a good faith basis, you in turn can be sanctioned, sued and or fined for wasting everyone's time and money. I am not too sure about the legitimacy of "fightcopyrightrolls.com" and the author states that she is not an attorney which could explain some misconceptions. If someone is illegally stealing, using or downloading your copyrights, why should you not stop this behavior? "Demand Letters" as is discussed on your website, occurs with almost every single legal case. It is the first attempt to resolve the matter quickly, amicably and cheaply.
Answer Applies to: Texas