Monday, June 27, 2005

Money Talks

"America’s Supreme Court has ruled that makers of peer-to-peer file-swapping technology can be held responsible for the copyright infringement that their products allow. This may stop much of the free downloading of music and film over the internet, but it will not cure the entertainment business’s ills. Nor will it do much for innovation."

The know, the same ones that say it's OK to condemn private property for private use and profit. Now using the same logic, (Money Rules) they have decided that P2P networks must go. Sort of like saying that automobile makers should be responsible for the illegal acts of those who drive them.

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