[LINK] We're all pirates (again)

Kim Holburn kim at holburn.net
Sun Mar 6 09:28:09 AEDT 2011

They didn't mention books.  All those pirates who get books for free from their local libraries, all those disgusting pirates who watch stuff for free on their televisions.  People who give or lend each other DVDs, books etc.

This wouldn't be related to a lobbying push resulting from the iinet AFACT case would it?


On 2011/Mar/06, at 8:57 AM, Richard Chirgwin wrote:

> Does anyone else get sick of journalism as lazy as this?
> http://www.theage.com.au/technology/nation-of-unrepentant-pirates-costs-900m-20110305-1bix5.html
> One question - just one - would have helped. Like "who is Sphere 
> Analysis" (who conducted the research)?
> Answer: a business name registered in NSW last November. Wouldn't that 
> raise the suspicion that the whole thing is astroturf?
> (It's more than about time that ASIC published the ownership of 
> companies and business names online for free)
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