Bogus lawsuits from RIAA computers need to be sanctioned

Glenn Reynolds writes in his TechCentralStation column in reference to the latest passed-on elderly computer illiterate that was sued by the RIAA,

Organizations who file bogus or frivolous lawsuits based on the results of obviously flawed computer programs ought to be sanctioned. They should have to compensate the people they falsely charge for their costs, lost time, aggravation, and damage to reputation. And the lawyers involved should be subject to professional discipline.

No kidding. Then again, we are of a society that watches reality shows, bans commercials due to PG-13 content, and hypocrites when it comes to civil liberties. Being so, is it justifiable for the above comment? No. Do we try to justify it anyways? Yes.
Via TechCentralStation