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May 27, 2014
Grinding Copyright Wars Grind on
As David Kravets reports for Ars
, ISPs who are now part of the Cartel's enforcement arm have sent over 1.3 million infringment notices to customers in the last year.
Is it working? Depends on what you think "working" looks like. If you're the RIAA you spin this as "cautiously optimistic". If you're capable of looking at a calendar you might flip back to the dark ages of 2001 and note that it's been 13 years since Napster was shuttered and the Cartel is still treating its customers like the enemy. You might also note that trench warfare is really dull and unproductive and try to find more interesting things to blog about. Here, have a funny picture of a baby yawning.
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