Published on 15th August 2011 by
Originally Posted by ChaosDefinesOrderCorrect me if I'm wrong, but haven't you just described the streaming option of Netflix or LoveFilm? Granted it's not quite movies out now (I share your sentiment on cinemas) but it's pretty close...
Previous housemate used to use LiveFilm on his PS3 and said it was fantastic...
Originally Posted by sirsiddiusWhy not take down the site rather demanding ISPs to block it, the former is excercizing your IP rights, the latter is invasion of civil liberties.
Originally Posted by Paradigm ShifterThat said, I'm still unimpressed with the situation for streaming media. I want lossless audio - only way I can remotely get that at the minute is "buy the CD". I want high-bitrate HD films - same, for most things, I have to purchase physical media.
Originally Posted by PingCrosbyI bet this decision was made by someone who never excedes the speed limit, doesn't swear, goes to church every sunday, declares all his taxes, doesn't rip off the expenses system, and lives his live to the letter of the law.... what a ****ing *****.
Originally Posted by SlothAnd this is what happens when you get a spoiled population of internet users with an overinflated sense of entitlement.
Surely it's your right to play the latest games. It's your right to watch the latest movies and shows. It's the entertainment industry's duty to provide you with their products and their own fault when you excercise your rights to their material, regardless of the law.
Give me a break. These are luxury items, a fair deal people need to be reminded of that. Don't like the way the industry is treating you? Walk away. Contrary to popular belief, you'll live.Quote:Originally Posted by PingCrosbyI bet this decision was made by someone who never excedes the speed limit, doesn't swear, goes to church every sunday, declares all his taxes, doesn't rip off the expenses system, and lives his live to the letter of the law.... what a ****ing *****.Uh oh, someone start asking for you to pay for your free lunch?
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