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Multimedia, AV ABC.net.au has published an article titled "The Case for Piracy". The writer shows how copyright has been hijacked by corporations and that publishers are their own worst enemies. "One of the main reasons we all have anti-piracy slogans embedded in our brains is because the music industry chose to try and protect its existing market and revenue streams at all costs and marginalise and vilify those who didn't want to conform to the harsh new rules being set."
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RE[3]: What can you do ...
by umccullough on Wed 26th Oct 2011 04:26 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: What can you do ..."
umccullough
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2006-01-26

Honestly, there isn't much 'beauty' in anything the content industry is pushing out these days, and there's enough free music and literature out there to last a lifetime.


But, music and literature are content...

And there's plenty of free video out there to last you several lifetimes.

On the topic of ditching one's TV and stop supporting the network television and paid movie industry, I agree.

I rarely watch TV any longer, and only occasionally watch movies when I desire mindless entertainment (usually freely available ones via some kind of ad-supported streaming service).

Until recently, I was even cell-phone-free for 6 years - if you think about it, having that thing tethered to you 24x7 is a jail. Break free! Unfortunately, I still must work a day job, and they required me to have a phone - so now I carry one again :/

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