I don't know if there's a specific name for this particular logical fallacy, but I see this rather often:
An organization (government, corporation, etc.) announces some policy. The policy is irksome in some way, and people begin to assert that the reason the organization is doing it that way is because they're stupid/greedy/needlessly cruel. Most of the time, the critics actually have no idea how the organization's internal processes work, or are unfamiliar with the problem domain.
The specific example that comes to mind is when trailers for TV shows or movies are geo-locked. People get really angry when they can't watch a trailer (that's intended for e.g. a US audience) because they're in France, or whatever, and assume that the trailer is locked merely because someone decided to be a greedy jerk. They are typically completely unaware of the contractual obligations which mandate such things: the US distributor for a show is required by their contract to make a best effort to prevent their version of the trailer from being seen by non-US audiences, because the French distributor doesn't want French audiences being put off by a trailer that's been edited to appeal to Americans instead of the French.
Anyway, the details of the example aside: is there a name for this fallacy?