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Old 06-13-2013, 06:20 PM   #1
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The Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property is regarded by the entertainment industry as an independent and bipartisan initiative of leading US representatives from the private sector, public service in national security and foreign affairs, academe, and politics. Apparently, all of those representatives just happen to be very interested in peer-to-peer piracy.

The group has recently prepared an 84 page report saying that it expects Congress to legalize the use of malware in order to punish those users who are suspected of being copying illegally. The content industry wants to develop software that would be then loaded on PCs. The software in question should somehow detect if the user is pirating, and lock up their machine until the person confesses a crime to the police. Actually, this might be a good suggestion, because there is already a working model. The only problem is that it is used by Russian organized crime and deploys ransomware.

As you can see, it seems like after having run out of ideas, in order to fix their business model, the entertainment industry keeps looking to dictators and criminals. Then, more details on the scheme make it amusing reading. For example, they can design software which would only allow authorized users to open the files that contain valuable data. In case an unauthorized user accesses the data in question, the file could be rendered inaccessible and the unauthorized person’s PC could be locked down. The software will also provide the instructions about how to contact the police to receive the password the user needs to unlock the account.

It looks really weird that the entertainment industry is asking the American government (which is at the moment failing to cope with malware on its own infrastructure) for the right to use the same sort of techniques to protect its outdated business model. The industry experts believe that the American government is not that dumb. Moreover, the very fact that such ideas are suggested by the content industry demonstrates how little its representatives really care, or know about online security. Hopefully, ordinary citizens won’t be attacked by trojan horses guided by the movie and music studios in the near future.
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Old 08-10-2013, 04:24 PM   #2
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Well I have read a while back that even some major company's in the music biz and the adult biz are silent partners in some major filesharehosters that way they earn a litle bit of money back they claim loosing...lol...talk about double standards huh?
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Well I have read a while back that even some major company's in the music biz and the adult biz are silent partners in some major filesharehosters that way they earn a litle bit of money back they claim loosing...lol...talk about double standards huh?
i read recently xvideos is owned by one of the big porn companies
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Not surprised at all. Sony has already done something similar, way back in 2005. If you so much as inserted certain Sony BMG cd's into your drive they'd install a "copy protection" root kit.
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The issue of porn piracy is complicated. There are cases, for example, in Spain with websites like serviporno and other large portals like xvideos that have had to pay large amounts for piracy. It's an interesting subject.
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