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Old 04-09-2012, 09:10 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by BoldlyDubious View Post
... The only problem they will have will be in selling bad-quality content...

Finally: I think that an exchange scheme such as the one I'm proposing would make consumers satisfied, instead of disgruntled, with media companies. The possibility of feeling "cheated" because we have found out that we have purchased content we don't like (an experience that all of us know all too well...) would vanish. And satisfied consumers are much less liable to turn to piracy than disgruntled ones.
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The quality police??? (perplexed)
You talk about bad-quality - a subjective judgement... and someone has to make the judgement...

You also forget the large number of people who will take content then, when finished, demand an exchange claiming "it was unsatisfactory" despite their use and enjoyment... and you don't even need your "pie in the sky" digital exchange as this already happens with physical goods as has been recommended many times in this forum.

You already have choices... if you think that you may like a book then you buy it in the full knowledge that you may not like it in the end and if you don't think you may like something then you don't get it... but buying media, "consuming" it and then demanding your money back would be a setup asking for misuse... and getting it...
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