From LWN.net http://lwn.net/Articles/102742/:
ZDNet Australia covers an MPAA screwup http://news.zdnet.co.uk/business/0,39020645,39167160,00.htm. "Linux Australia president Pia Smith told Builder AU the MPAA had issued Linux Australia with a notice of claimed infringement demanding the group cease providing access to two copyrighted movies -- one called 'Grind' and the other 'Twisted' -- and ordering it to 'take appropriate action against the account holder'. However, the files in question had nothing to do with those movies. The file entitled Twisted is a download of the popular framework written in Python and Grind refers to a download of Valgrind, a tool for developers to locate memory management." Linux Australia looks set to have some fun with this one.
The ZDNet article even links to the twistedmatrix website. Woo. :)