It seems that the mighty anti-piracy giant is resorting to using freeware to run its blog (since removed), but didn't think it necessary to leave the authors attributions and back-links in place. How rude!
The free Forest Blog engine written by Patrick Robin looks clean and functional and he has taken quite a relaxed approach to the breach, asking only that his work be attributed as per his license.
Maybe the MPAA can take a leaf out of of his book and stop treating customers like criminals.
In a follow-up Patrick posts that the MPAA now claims that they were only ever testing his software and would have paid for a license if they had decided to go into production.
Patrick notes that:
"Whilst that all sounds fair enough but I doubt I'd get away with pirating a few movies providing I didn't advertise it and only used them for testing purposes."