This is just more proof that the terrorists have won. The main goal of terrorism is to radically change the way a coutry operates. As of 9/11, we now have useless security at airports, unneeded inspections at border crossings, and now our own government is spying on us. Yep...They won!!
So, when's the MPAA going to be held accountable for making the movies that we're all pirating??? By that ruling, the MPAA can be held accountable because they provided the material that is infringing.
Shows in the 70s like Brady Bunch, Happy Days, Laverne and Shirley, Good Times, The Jeffersons, Newhart, What's Happening? and on and on could be enjoyed by the whole family.
Laverne & Shirley:
2 single women living together. With all the issues with same-sex marriage in this country, this show will NEVER succeed.
The Jeffersons / All in the Family / Sanford & Son:
Would be cancelled shortly after airing for being a racist show.
I personally loved those shows growing up. With how "sensitive" people are today...They won't stand a chance on the air anymore. Sitcoms have gone the way of the "Reality" show. I'm sorry, If I want to watch "Reality" I can just look out my window...Honey bobo, toddlers in tiaras, and all those damn I think I can sing programs are driving me nuts!!!
I say we do this. Build a backdoor wiretap into ALL forms of electronic communications!! Once the backdoor has been compromised, we'll finally know what our government is doing behind those closed doors!!!
Tax dollars are also used at the department to help the entertainment industry. The FBI has its own Investigative Publicity and Public Affairs Unit, which is dedicated to helping Hollywood make movies and TV shows, including “The Kingdom,” “Fast and Furious 4,” “CSI,” “Numb3rs” and “Without a Trace.” This perk for Hollywood comes with an annual price tag of $1.5 million to the American taxpayer.
That came out about the same time as another quote from a TV exec, Garth Ancier, who has worked at Fox, NBC and WB, basically saying the same thing, arguing that an unnamed "two" of the four major networks are considering shutting down
I really wouldn't mind if FOX and CW/WB went off the air. I know I'm not the only one...