Airbnb, Dropbox and Lyft are among those backing the legal challenge.
Bad rules are arbitrary -- say, an investor who instantly rejects a great startup simply because the slide deck in the entrepreneur's pitch isn't pretty enough. But good rules share a commonality: they result from a ton of real-world feedback and clear insights. Wisdom derived from experience.
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They're now launching attacks via Dropbox, Google Drive and other file-sharing services.