I’m against all forms of censorship, piracy will not be concurred by censorship. ACTA is not the answer either, it’s just as bad as SOPA.
And anyway: And what is so bad about Filesharing? Most movies produced today are total ripoff from one successful movie. I don’t really want to watch basically the same movie over and over.
I see most the movies I want to see in the cinema and never buy them later, and many of them I regret I paid more than a penny to watch because it was exactly the same as the previous move I saw. Hollywood is “in the box” and forgets to thing of the originality they can find on the outside of it.
Anyway I think people should get paid for the job they’ve done, but I also think the price should be adjusted to the product. I don’t want to pay £10 (that’s about what it costs to go to the cinema in Norway) to watch a movie a high school teenager could have put together in a few weeks and posted in parts on YouTube.
- Impeach Obama for bribery? Anti-ACTA spin reaches new lows (arstechnica.com)
- Obama Ratifies the ACTA Global Internet Censorship Agreement(W/O Senate) (gunnyg.wordpress.com)
- ACTA Will Be SOPA/PIPA Alternative (platopress.com)
- ACTA: What You Need To Know (news.dice.com)