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  • Feb 19th, 2012 @ 6:55pm

    Re: Re: I have an idea for a law

    Did you know Hate groups have copywritten material in the US Library of Congress? That place also has a copoy machine charging about a dime a copy for anything in the place. So do most US Public libraries.

    Wild to know that Neo-nazis organizations can use those proposed anti-piracy laws to get US taxpayer's to pay for their operations, and also hurt the US government as well.

  • Feb 19th, 2012 @ 6:43pm

    Income for the Movie/Recording industry

    Actually, it is far less than 1% of the total US enconomy.

    The Internet control and/or manages more money worth of Material to US businesses in less than a day that the Music/recording produces in a Year!

  • Jan 29th, 2012 @ 3:18am


    Now it is mare than a Communication medium. I think you would have a very hard time finding a Business not connected to the internet in some way, most of them including ways to order products and/or services.

    They gavea inflated number of $250 Billion as what they lost from Piracy. The US people most likely spend more than that much on the internet in a few days. When you add in American Major Business making large orders for basic material, they use the internet to organize more money than that in a just a few hours!

    I bet most of the MPAA's legal orders for their movies went through the internet most likely several times before they were finially bought by a consumer using Amazon or Ebay!

    Major Emergency systems are also connected to the internet, like electrical power, fire, police, Federal Emergency services, even traffic lights!

    The other business companies should be very, very concerned about that, not even with the problem with infringing on the 1st admendment of the US constitution, (a action that will really upset the entire US population).

  • Jan 29th, 2012 @ 2:54am

    MPAA learning the internet?

    I hope one of the first things they learn is exactly how much money business makes over the internet, both national, and international. They gave a greatly inflated number for the amount of money they have lost from Piracy, at about $250 billion. US business make or prevent the lose of several times that much money per day!

    I think the first thing MPAA should learn was how much money the internet makes for them personally.