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Porn industry bands together against Bittorrent

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 6 years ago

The Internet 3

An anonymous reader writes "Acording P2P Blog to AVN: It's been a well-know fact that a lot of the content swapped on P2P networks is porn. Even so, adult entertainment companies have been on the sideline of the fight against P2P piracy, leaving the mass lawsuit campaigns to their colleagues from the music industry and relying on mainstream Hollywood for anti-piracy lobbying. Five companies nevertheless decided to go forward and form a lose alliance with the goal of eventually establishing an industry association to initiate anti-piracy lawsuits. More can be found here : http://www.p2p-blog.com/item-361.html and here : http://www.avn.com/index.cfm?objectid=70F9F731-B1E E-818D-931BEAF17B36C7C6&articleid=DD5F351A-D142-61 98-043BDF47539D8467"

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Damn it (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#20526025)

and form a lose alliance

It was bad enough when everybody on teh intrnets insisted on spelling "lose" l-o-o-s-e. Now we complete the cycle and start spelling "loose" as "lose".

Loose Alliance (1)

russlar (1122455) | more than 6 years ago | (#20528069)

methinks that their alliance is not the only thing that's loose.
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