How to kill movie piracy: charge $1 for movies, and 50c for episodes

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  1. News

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    Movie piracy is the next big thing. The RIAA is quickly realising that their reputation is nearly beyond unrecoverable, after taking to court single mums, dead people, and children. In the meantime, in Australia they are having secret meetings to try and work out a way to prevent movie privacy. The solution is simple: to kill movie privacy, allow people to download movies, make it cheap, and make it easy. Yes it's hard. But yes, it's rewarding.Category: OpinionsLicense: Verbatim only Full story here.

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  2. tiptheauthors

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    I am doing research on the very same thing, how exactly movie services must be implemented to get people from piracy to legal downloads without punishments and restrictions.

    Please take 2 minutes to answer these a few multiple choice questions to bring more clarity into the issue URL for survey is goo.gl/2cXRp
     
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    I am doing research on the very same thing, how exactly movie services must be implemented to get people from piracy to legal downloads without punishments and restrictions.

    Please take 2 minutes to answer these a few multiple choice questions to bring more clarity into the issue. URL for survey is goo.gl/2cXRp
     

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