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Published 4 months ago with 2 Comments

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  • NinjaKlaus (edited 4 months ago)
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    Why would the ISP's agree to continue anyway considering that the newest anti-piracy idea is suing the ISP for infringrement and they fricking won against Cox and it's on appeal.

  • zanduvid
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    The larger problem are not torrent sites, but streaming sites because these are where the largest advertising money is made. No point going after the user who downloads the movies, go after the sites that make money for hosting the files and those who pay them, the advertisers (mostly software download sites, betting sites, dating sites, get-rich-quick schemes and the likes). Without ads, those sites make no money and without money, they can't afford servers, bandwidth,... so they would end up closing down their sites.

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