Hunt takes on the pirates
The answer is of course a straightforward "all of them", and they're all bad because the last of them is the inevitable follow-through. Not that I personally am likely to end up arbiter of who's guilty of piracy and who's not, but because someone will. And that someone, if Hunt gets his way, will be a commercial company.
Judge and jury
Consider for a moment the story earlier this week about the guy complaining that his personal website didn't come up on Google. (A few people queried this and just to clarify, he was complaining not that all references to him had been removed but that his own personal site, bearing his name, had been excluded).
Now consider Google taking other content down because it considers that someone - who hasn't been to a court or anything like that - is guilty of something. Sinister? (The company already has a complaints procedure for people who believe their rights are being infringed).
Add to that credit card companies having the arbitrary right to switch off a business after an allegation and you probably begin to see the problem.
Don't get me wrong, something needs to be done bout intellectual property theft. I'm just not convinced this is it.