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Sep 25, 2012

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This is either one of the most stupid ideas in the history of journalism or a brilliant satire on the RIAA.

"movie studios and records labels might expect to jump the queue if ISPs started arranging compensation". Actually in Spain things like blank CDs, MP3 players, smartphones and so on did carry a levy for the music industry. This was abolished last year but only because of some pretty strict legislation on intellectual property. (See 'canon digital' and 'ley sinde')

For rye first time ever, considering it is a huge barrier I am glad Murdoch owns both an ISP and print media.
Never thought I'd say that.

"illegal fire sharing"? I'm not allowed a heat from my mate's fire? Bloody coalition!

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