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Re: [tor-talk] EU Intel Property Office Report Hates on Tor, Bitcoin, Bittorrent, Goods Pirates and Models
I think its great that u can download it, and if u like it u will/can buy it :)
Conrad Rockenhaus <firstname.lastname@example.org> skrev: (26 juli 2016 22:47:43 CEST)
>Just a short answer to your rant - you are correct about the embrace
>mp3. Had they done it sooner, they would of banked in quite a bit of
>On 2016-07-25 09:44, Friet Pan wrote:
>> Sounds a bit like the war on drugs.
>> They refuse to look at the cause of the problem, but jump around the
>> effect like their pants are on fire.
>> oooo the effect is sooooooooo scary, but refuse to see that THEY are
>> the ones who caused it.
>> In case of the music industry, they ignored MP3, then they ignored,
>> napster and co. then they sued napster when the damage was done and
>> out of control.
>> If they had embraced MP3 in the very beginning, and had ran their own
>> donwload sites at fair prices, then there would not have been a need
>> for pirates, it wouldn't even make sense.
>> But the music industry is greedy, and always wants MORE profit, so
>> they make stuff artificially expensive and then moan that people give
>> copies to their friends. I have an insane record collection, and when
>> i download a track that i already own on Vinyl, on CD, or on BOTH,
>> then they still want MORE money, i already paid the damn thing TWICE,
>> so why is it a problem to download it?. Is it illegal? NO. Then why
>> moan about it?
>> And if there is no money in making music, then why do studio's still
>> record music?, Why do record labels still produce music? If there was
>> no profit then there would be no product. They still make music, and
>> still make a living. And now people try before they buy, they
>> download, and find new music that the industry does not promote on
>> radio. And more artist make a chance to make money, all over the
>> world, not in a small region.
>> So that part is one big lie. Torrents do more music promotion then
>> what radio ever accomplished.
>> But thats off topic i guess... I had to say something about it. It's
>> just silly.
>> If you want fame in the 21th century, then make sure you have a
>> torrent available. And you can make yourself more popular then
>> 21thcentury fox can do for you with all the money in the world.
>> And for TAX it doesn't matter, Servers make TAX, advertisment makes
>> TAX, Concerts make TAX, more then ever before.
>> I'm not promoting piracy, i'm only saying that the music industy is
>> barking up the wrong tree, torrents SELL MUSIC and without the need
>> bribing corrupt radio hosts.. It's cheaper then radio.
>> The other topic have similar answers, movie industry is a bit
>> different, buy they could have used torrent as a distribution
>> mechanism, and made money without expensive servers and datapipes.
>> It's their own mistake, and now they need someone to blame. So if TOR
>> can protect people who are human and share their cooking recipes then
>> that's all good. Without sharing data the human race would be more
>> like a bunch of chimps fighting over a branch. If the music industry
>> manages to put us in a zoo where we need to pay to look outside, then
>> we are like chimps in a boring zoo without any visitors.
>> thats not human....
>> Damn, i got pissed.... My apologies for my ranting... i'll buy some
>> music next week...
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> A new report published by the European Union Intellectual Property
>> Office ....
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