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Old 10-14-2010, 11:04 AM   #5
bill_mchale
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Their way of looking at it is why should they adapt to market forces when they can go against the market and use the government as their private enforcer?
Which shows they fundamentally ignored the lessons from the Music Industry's war against piracy in the 90s and first half of this decade. Even when they convince the government to be the enforcer, its like trying to enforce the speed limit; you can only really catch the most egregious violators, and ultimately for downloading, that is only a drop in the bucket.

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