Jason Calacanis is all a twitter about investors charging startups to pitch their ideas to them and calls on such investor groups to stop. If they don't, he is willing to use nonviolent direct action tactics to get them to stop:
"However, if this is not done immediately, my group of startup CEOs and
angel investors will begin targeting specific groups for elimination.
We will launch competing, fee-free events directly opposite your
events. We will encourage angels investors, service providers and
startups to boycott your events. You may even find our street teams
outside your events handing out flyers."
While I have my suspicions about the investor class in general, it is good to see more groups using nonviolent direct action.
Thanks to Shawn Broderick, who has also railed against such investor shakedowns, for pointing out the above article.