I think autotek's main issue is the fact that by charging folks $1.99 for access to what's not theirs in the first place it's technically piracy and a felony. The leak is the property of Motorola, not theirs. They're charging everyone $1.99 for technically stolen property. It's no different than buying a bootleg DVD on a street corner.
By giving away what's technically not theirs in the first place, he's making a point.
By all means, donate for Tranquility if you like it. Donating for something that's not theirs is something else entirely.