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US Rejected Anti-Piracy Law

US Rejected Anti-Piracy Law

Added: Monday, January 9th, 2012
Category: Recent Headlines Involving File Sharing > Current Events
Tags:ET, p2p, Torrent, Piracy, Peer To Peer, Network, Hackers, Internet, BitTorrent, Google, utorrent, bitcomet, extratorrent, 2010, www.extrattorrent.com
After the Copy Culture Survey has been released, it appeared to be bad news for those politicians who hoped to pick up some reactionary votes from pushing through anti-piracy rules.

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It seems that the great unwashed think that online piracy is socially acceptable prevails in the States. Indeed, if you say at a party that you’ve just ripped your Beatles collection, your friends won’t shun you. You will also have no problem with downloading a copy of "Sherlock" last night and your parents finding that out. In other words, piracy is an essential part of the modern society.

The above mentioned Copy Culture survey was paid for by the American Assembly, supported by a research award from Google. Its results were based on interviews on both landline and mobiles conducted in English with over 2,300 adults residing in the continental US in August 2011. For the results that are based on the entire sample, the margin of error is estimated as two percentage points.

The survey revealed that copyright violation among family and friends is quite common. It also showed that 46% of adults and 75% of young people have ever purchased, copied, or downloaded any kind of copyright infringing content. Over 70% of the respondents believe that it’s really reasonable to share music files with friends and family.
Meanwhile, solid majorities of the US online users oppose copyright enforcement which is clearly perceived to intrude on personal rights and freedoms. At the same time, support for online blocking schemes was at 16%. The research in question will probably be taken one way by the entertainment industry: that the consumers have no idea what's really good for them and an anti-piracy bill like SOPA is what they really need.

However, it seems now that rather than winning votes, the proposed copyright legislation could cost the politicians supporting it. In other words, this could do more damage than votes generated by, say, the bribe money and campaign contributions from the entertainment industry can buy you. At the same time, other surveys claim that around 50% of Internet pirates admitted that they pirated less after the emergence of streaming services. That’s probably what the politicians should pay attention to, rather than insisting on implementing strict anti-piracy rules.


By:
SaM
January 9th,2012

Posted by: 
SaM

Date:  Monday, January 9th, 2012



Comments (5) (please add your comment »)

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posted by Trusted UploaderSite FriendSuperman (2012-01-09 07:22:01)
trialNerror avatarThis sounds like good news but until the US Gov says NO to SOPA this is just something to raise hopes which could very well be dropped, smashed, and shattered. That RIAA and MIAA have hundreds of billions of your dollars and will gladly spend large chunks of it to lobby liarticians, I mean politicians, to enforce laws they want no matter what the common people want, say, insist, propose, argue, or prove.

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posted by (2012-01-09 09:32:33)
samps avatarnice news

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posted by ET babySite FriendET junkieET loverGirlSun (2012-01-09 14:57:57)
cosmiclsd avatarFirst off,thx Sam 4 the great nfo,much appreci...@trialNerror,I agree wit ya :the Industry is gonna "strike back hard wit $$$$ 2 the crooked POLY'TICKers(..blood-suckers of the poor..);so Sad that the US Constitution doesn't "TRULY" work 4 the PEOPLE;;hypocrisy seems 2 b the order of the day...as Jesus said: "forgive them Father for they know not what they do"....meantime
this Santana sure soundz gud...

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posted by (2012-01-09 16:38:29)
No avatarVote Ron Paul, he said himself that he hears what the youth say "don't touch the internet"

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posted by Trusted UploaderSite FriendSuperman (2012-01-10 05:55:54)
trialNerror avatarRon Paul is only saying what people want to hear to get votes just as every other presidential elect has done over the centuries and then not really do what they say they intend to do. Perhaps this is not their own fault, but the fault of the multi-billion dollar CONglomerates that really run the nations of the world.



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