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Discussion in 'News' started by Groyper Supreme, Mar 7, 2018.
Nice atmosphere of constructive debate
Ok, my 2 cents..
whenever someone gives a computer to a computer service, the first thing the serviceman(rouhly 99% of all servicemen) does is he looks for any porn(that he doesn't already have in his library) in it, they're especially interested in the amateur/homemade stuff made by the owner of the computer. Then, he proceeds to share this with all his servicemen colleagues, they all drink beer and laugh about it. If it's a cp however, the servicemen then handles all the evidence to the police, unless he's a pedo as well, or he wants to blackmail the owner. That's just how things are. Or were, some 10 years ago..
i guess you didnt get the memo, 'Merican IS the new english.
Geek Squad is creating a new market here.
Pretty much. We've reached critical mass in the US to where, if the current laws on piracy were enforced, the courts would be absolutely clogged more so than they are currently. The passage of more laws on piracy would hammer home government obligation to antipiracy even further. That's why SOPA and PIPA back then were big things, and whatever is going on right now is a big thing.
The most producers can effectively do is find out the identity of specific pirates, and start suing them. We saw that with the people that were making the sexart videos back ~5 years ago. Really, they were only seeking to embarrass people in court with the raunchy names of pirated content, so that they could get a settlement. Gay porn producers do the exact same thing, and it absolutely fucks the court systems.
Selling pirated content, on the other hand, is a different story.