Published on 22nd April 2011 by
Originally Posted by frontlinehttp://youtu.be/ALZZx1xmAzg?hd=1
Originally Posted by WhirlyThe really great thing is that no corporation has ever bent or abused a law for it's own financial gain. And no UK politician has ever bent or abused a law for political or financial gain.
So don't worry folks, we are completely safe. We never needed our "innocent until proven guilty" rights anyway.
Originally Posted by JehlaThats good news right? Making it more expensive for the rights holders to accuse people and so making sure they don't abuse the procedure.
Originally Posted by loftieI download from torrents - I bet you've all just assumed I pirate stuff?
I download from the piratebay - I bet you've all just assumed I pirate stuff?
I think the reason pirating has gone up a lot, is because pirated software/music/videos are actually of better quality than that of 'legal' material. I think the industry needs to sort itself out.
Originally Posted by KrisI also have an idea: why not make new legislation that states that the content producers are forever banned from making crappy content? same logic imho.
Or a three strikes rule: produce three crappy movies, and you're forever banned from making movies. Same for games. This would reduce illegal downloading greatly i'm sure!
Originally Posted by Madness_3dSo are they going to block YouTube then?
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