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I've got an advice for both MPAA and RIAA: Maybe you should concentrate on putting out some movies and records that are actually worth watching and listening to.
downloading movies off the net. Still take too long and takes up too much valuable space since compressed video files wouldn't be worth it for me.
If the movie is good, I would gladly pay my $ to buy the DVD, watch it upconverted to 1080i via my Zenith DVB310. Unfortunately, a lot of DVD's I pay good money for have poor quality picture/sound, just like CD's I pay good money for.
I would agree that there need to be movies worth pirating instead of 17-34 year old demographic cash cows...oh wait, that's the same thing. This lawsuit is a bit pre-emptive but I can understand the motivation after the RIAA debacle. What irks me is that in California there was a recent (over)pricing suit settlement where the labels ( I believe ) donated over 600,000 CDs to libraries and schools. These were supposed to be $13.98 list CDs but almost all were items that sell on Amazon for $3.98-$5.98. Old and slow sellers. They shouldn't be allowed to get away with that.
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