Wired: I Was a Hacker for the MPAA

David Kravets of Wired Magazine has an article on a "Hacker" hired by the MPAA to do various things for them.

Anderson's account shows that the content industry may be willing to go to significant -- and some say ethically questionable -- lengths in its war against online piracy, and that it is determined to keep its methods secret.
The hacker, then 23 and living in Vancouver, British Columbia, claims he had cracked TorrentSpy's servers by simply guessing an administrative password.

I wish policy makers would understand that the legacy industry associations aren't takin the moral high ground, and that their methods are far more legally and morally questionable than those who they claim are causing so much harm.