79% more pirated CD-Rs seized in 2000

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#1

I just posted the article 79% more pirated CD-Rs seized in 2000.

The RIAA presented their 2000 figures today; announcing that the number of seized CD-Rs rose by 79%.

In their war against piracy the RIAA send warning notices to over 10,000 websites that where…

Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/1787-79-more-pirated-CD-Rs-seized-in-2000.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/1787-79-more-pirated-CD-Rs-seized-in-2000.html)

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#2

Yeah, lets get high on CDRs :7. The difference is that CDRs are much much cheaper and safer :4.


#3

have u tried to roll up a verbatim recently?


#4

I did but it had been laced with crack(s)! :d


#5

“”“633 CD-R burners had been seized over the course of the year, with a manufacturing capacity of more than 9.5 million counterfeit discs annually”"" based on what? that the CDR drives are burning 24/7 ?? And perhaps the number of seized CD-Rs rose by 79% but piracy rose by (for example) 200%… so who’s winning then…


#6

Hilarious. Drugs, CDRs and Sex… :9. Anyway, if they say: “potential loss of $150 million in revenues to the music business” then wouldn’t they prevent this in the first place if they had sold music CDs at lower prices ? Come on, this would mean that a lot of people would actually part their money if prices are cheap. They wouldn’t have made those revenues anyways ??? So they didn’t really lose anything ? Am I right ?


#7

Gosh! They’re talking about me!!! :4


#8

yes but piracy has gone up by 1400% (in the UK) so actually 79% isn’t very impressive really;)