[QUOTE=philamber;2718278]Amazing, though if HBO really wants to reduce the circulation of pirate copies of Game of Thrones, it might actually consider releasing legitimate copies for purchase on dvd and/or blu-ray. Game of Thrones is far and away the most pirated movie or tv series in Australia but what can HBO expect when it refuses to make the series available for lawful purchase within any reasonable time after screening.
I’ve bought both seasons 1 & 2 on dvd and certainly would buy season 3 but it still remains unavailable for lawful purchase downunder (except on itunes) despite the fact that season 4 is to commence soon on cable. :([/QUOTE]
They still haven’t learned it means…and pirates are winning and winning more and more…
Why do they keep doing all these bone head moves and keep their head up where the sun doesn’t shine constantly. This is the same very thinking inside the box that started Napster and the torrent revolution. Doing what they are doing just makes torrent users legal or illegal as a means to challenge the Corrupt Corporation GREED. They aren’t able to grasp closing illegal sites and more will pop up to replace the previous ones and the winners are Pirates…regardless of what I may say or think how legal Pirates are - they are the winners in the end. Just like the Music Artists are the looser in the music industry a few becomes major Artists breakout but the rest just get lost in the static and studios just use them to bankroll their Corporate WELFARE…and blame the down-loaders when their profits hit the fan.