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Judge seals courtroom in MPAA DVD-copying case
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Re: Judge seals courtroom in MPAA DVD-copying case
That's a bunch of horse C&^_ they know they lost and wasted all that money for nothing and nothing to show for it. They always loose in the end if they actually looked at the reality and support the consumer they would reduce all those P2P going on. As before they are using dinosaur model and fighting a loosing battle. Their rosy glasses aren't going to help them rather they are hurting themselves as they loose more and more consumers. Whom would are law abiding users by hurting those users your ruining the arguement your trying to make. Rather they should really toss out those Greedy CEO and Management and put models that benefits the Artists and work for Consumers who are the end users and buy and support the Artists which by the way most of it goes to the Companes rather then to the Artists whom they claim to represent and support.
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