Quote of the Day - What if this weren't a hypothetical question?
Wouldn't have been how I presented the case, but the ruling makes sense. If the copyright holder really wanted to win the case, he might want to have presented the case on contributory infringement, which I've written about before, a la Napster, and the precedent for Napster.
Here's the case opinion if you want to read it.
Just goes to show you, you get what you ask for. Just don't ask for the wrong thing. You're likely to get the wrong answer.