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  • Bad news for European file sharers

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/3545839.stm

    Some people are saying this is only going to affect people who are selling fake DVD's and the like, but some are saying it gives record/film companies the right to raid your house RIAA style. It should also be noted that the wife of the MP that came up with the fucking thing pretty much owns Vivendi-Universal....

    http://www.ipjustice.org/CODE/release20040309_en.shtml

    Not good.

  • #2
    Holy Shit!
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    • #3
      Well they more or less can do that already, so...

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      • #4
        piracy hits the main stream and all goes down the hole...

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        • #5
          The way the film and music industries are currently run I'm not sure that would be a bad thing.

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          • #6
            The directive allows companies to raid homes
            Companies to raid homes? Surely the police, when a company actually launches a prosecution? If not, we might as well have commercially operated police forces...

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            • #7
              Why do they do that only in European?
              Why not in the US or so??? Well, I should move to Siberia!!! ^^
              "Blockheads never learn, Clever learn by his own mistakes, Intelligents learn by mistakes of others."

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Sandman
                Why do they do that only in European?
                Why not in the US or so??? Well, I should move to Siberia!!! ^^
                Because the US isn't Europe. The US can handle it's own domestic policy any damn way it pleases. Now, if it stops mucking around in the domestic policy of others...

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