A group of hackers banned together to hack an antipiracy group's email == and uncovered a dastardly plan to entrap file sharers. MediaDefender, the antipiracy organization, spends its days devising new means to thwart BitTorrent networks, the current, most sophisticated generation of file-sharing technology. Recently it's taken to seeding them with fake files. Among the 6,000 captured messages were emails detailing the planned creation of MiiVi, a faux BitTorrent site that would track all IP addresses that accessed the site. MediaDefender executives were also considering hacker tactics like a hostile takeover of computers, transforming them into bots that would spread fake files among peer-to-peer networks. That's a vile technique perfected by spammers, of course.