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Hollywood had the brainwave that the regional strategy to tackle copyright issues in Australia was to introduce harsher legislation, to criminalise Internet users who seek alternative means of accessing content in their preferred format, at a time that is convenient for them.

Hollywood have ignored this consumer demand for so many years now that multiple alternatives for the acquisition of content have not only been designed, built, adopted and thoroughly commoditised, they have become totally mainstream, with less tech savvy users readily using them.

via Find a better way to share content? We might as well be talking to a brick wall | the iiNet Blog.Hollywood had the brainwave that the regional strategy to tackle copyright issues in Australia was to introduce harsher legislation, to criminalise Internet users who seek alternative means of accessing content in their preferred format, at a time that is convenient for them.

Hollywood have ignored this consumer demand for so many years now that multiple alternatives for the acquisition of content have not only been designed, built, adopted and thoroughly commoditised, they have become totally mainstream, with less tech savvy users readily using them.

via Find a better way to share content? We might as well be talking to a brick wall | the iiNet Blog.

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