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Does illegal file sharing destroy culture?

Does illegal file sharing destroy culture?

A voluntarily polemic title to introduce the concepts of Creative Commons licenses and sharing technologies to fellow students who were basically all illegally downloading their cultural contents without any second thought.

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Matti Schneider

January 08, 2009
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  1. Are file sharing networks a threat to culture ? Is

    the entertainment industry right? By Matti Schneider-Ghibaudo
  2. Are file sharing networks a threat to culture ?

  3. Are file sharing networks a threat to culture ? 1.

    file sharing : what is it?
  4. Are file sharing networks a threat to culture ? 1.

    file sharing : what is it? 2. illegal : when and why
  5. Are file sharing networks a threat to culture ? 1.

    file sharing : what is it? 2. illegal : when and why 3. actions : what is done to prevent illegal sharing?
  6. Are file sharing networks a threat to culture ? 1.

    file sharing : what is it? 2. illegal : when and why 3. actions : what is done to prevent illegal sharing? 4. culture : fundamentally opposed to file sharing?
  7. Are file sharing networks a threat to culture ? 1.

    file sharing : what is it? 2. illegal : when and why 3. actions : what is done to prevent illegal sharing? 4. culture : fundamentally opposed to file sharing? Conclusion : what’s next?
  8. 1 - File sharing : what is it?

  9. File sharing: a brief history 1 - File sharing :

    what is it?
  10. File sharing: a brief history 1 - File sharing :

    what is it?
  11. File sharing: a brief history 1 - File sharing :

    what is it?
  12. File sharing: a brief history P2P concept: beginnings of computing

    1 - File sharing : what is it?
  13. File sharing: a brief history P2P concept: beginnings of computing

    1999: Napster 1 - File sharing : what is it?
  14. File sharing: a brief history P2P concept: beginnings of computing

    1999: Napster 2002: eMule 1 - File sharing : what is it?
  15. File sharing: a brief history P2P concept: beginnings of computing

    1999: Napster 2002: eMule 2002: BitTorrent 1 - File sharing : what is it?
  16. File sharing: a brief history P2P concept: beginnings of computing

    1999: Napster 2002: eMule 2002: BitTorrent 2004: ANts… 1 - File sharing : what is it?
  17. File sharing 1 - File sharing : what is it?

  18. File sharing Any kind of digital file can be shared

    1 - File sharing : what is it?
  19. File sharing Any kind of digital file can be shared

    music, movies… 1 - File sharing : what is it?
  20. File sharing Any kind of digital file can be shared

    music, movies… software, video games… 1 - File sharing : what is it?
  21. File sharing Any kind of digital file can be shared

    music, movies… software, video games… e-books… 1 - File sharing : what is it?
  22. File sharing 1 - File sharing : what is it?

  23. File sharing If you download, you upload too 1 -

    File sharing : what is it?
  24. File sharing If you download, you upload too No “super-source”

    : most of the files available on the network are shared by individuals 1 - File sharing : what is it?
  25. File sharing If you download, you upload too No “super-source”

    : most of the files available on the network are shared by individuals Anyone can share his files 1 - File sharing : what is it?
  26. File sharing If you download, you upload too No “super-source”

    : most of the files available on the network are shared by individuals Anyone can share his files His files? Actually, files one has access to… 1 - File sharing : what is it?
  27. 2 - Why and when file sharing is illegal

  28. How can it be illegal? 2 - Why and when

    is P2P illegal
  29. How can it be illegal? Files one has access to

    aren’t necessarily one’s own! 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  30. How can it be illegal? Files one has access to

    aren’t necessarily one’s own! Ever asked a friend for some [insert any kind of file that may have a copyright]? 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  31. How can it be illegal? Files one has access to

    aren’t necessarily one’s own! Ever asked a friend for some [insert any kind of file that may have a copyright]? Ever asked a friend for anything digital? 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  32. How can it be illegal? Files one has access to

    aren’t necessarily one’s own! Ever asked a friend for some [insert any kind of file that may have a copyright]? Ever asked a friend for anything digital? You’re most probably in full illegality! 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  33. How can it be illegal? Files one has access to

    aren’t necessarily one’s own! Ever asked a friend for some [insert any kind of file that may have a copyright]? Ever asked a friend for anything digital? You’re most probably in full illegality! What does it mean to own something that is inexhaustible? 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  34. Intellectual property 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal

  35. Intellectual property Copyright : “I’ve created this, you must pay

    to use/listen to/ watch it” 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  36. Intellectual property Copyright : “I’ve created this, you must pay

    to use/listen to/ watch it” You own the rights for a file if you’ve bought them from the one who owns the copyright for it 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  37. So, P2P = illegal? 2 - Why and when is

    P2P illegal
  38. So, P2P = illegal? P2P software is just a tool

    2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  39. So, P2P = illegal? P2P software is just a tool

    Allows for data transfer without any central server: P2P! 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  40. So, P2P = illegal? P2P software is just a tool

    Allows for data transfer without any central server: P2P! You may transmit whatever you want 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  41. So, P2P = illegal? 2 - Why and when is

    P2P illegal
  42. So, P2P = illegal? Examples of fully legal uses of

    P2P: 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  43. So, P2P = illegal? Examples of fully legal uses of

    P2P: Free (as in open-source) software: Linux distributions… 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  44. So, P2P = illegal? Examples of fully legal uses of

    P2P: Free (as in open-source) software: Linux distributions… Any free media 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  45. So, P2P = illegal? Examples of fully legal uses of

    P2P: Free (as in open-source) software: Linux distributions… Any free media Gratis ≠ free! 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  46. So, P2P = illegal? Examples of fully legal uses of

    P2P: Free (as in open-source) software: Linux distributions… Any free media Gratis ≠ free! Free means you’re “free to copy, redistribute,“ etc… 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  47. So, P2P = illegal? Examples of fully legal uses of

    P2P: Free (as in open-source) software: Linux distributions… Any free media Gratis ≠ free! Free means you’re “free to copy, redistribute,“ etc… The copyright holder gives you the permission to do so. 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  48. P2P is illegal when… 2 - Why and when is

    P2P illegal
  49. P2P is illegal when… You use it to get files

    you don’t own the rights for 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  50. P2P is illegal when… You use it to get files

    you don’t own the rights for You use it to give to others files they don’t own the rights for 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  51. P2P is illegal when… You use it to get files

    you don’t own the rights for You use it to give to others files they don’t own the rights for You transfer files that are illegal in your country 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  52. P2P is illegal when… You use it to get files

    you don’t own the rights for You use it to give to others files they don’t own the rights for You transfer files that are illegal in your country In France, law projects intend to forbid all P2P uses alike 2 - Why and when is P2P illegal
  53. 3 - What is presently done against P2P?

  54. First try: DRMs 3 - What is presently done against

    P2P?
  55. First try: DRMs Digital Rights Management 3 - What is

    presently done against P2P?
  56. First try: DRMs Digital Rights Management Used massively when online

    media sales began 3 - What is presently done against P2P?
  57. First try: DRMs Digital Rights Management Used massively when online

    media sales began Purely digital methods: put a kind of watermark on every file to identify its origin and the legality of its use 3 - What is presently done against P2P?
  58. First try: DRMs Digital Rights Management Used massively when online

    media sales began Purely digital methods: put a kind of watermark on every file to identify its origin and the legality of its use Complete failure 3 - What is presently done against P2P?
  59. First try: DRMs Digital Rights Management Used massively when online

    media sales began Purely digital methods: put a kind of watermark on every file to identify its origin and the legality of its use Complete failure Cracked after a few days, updates included 3 - What is presently done against P2P?
  60. First try: DRMs Digital Rights Management Used massively when online

    media sales began Purely digital methods: put a kind of watermark on every file to identify its origin and the legality of its use Complete failure Cracked after a few days, updates included Legal users have problems using what they’ve bought! 3 - What is presently done against P2P?
  61. Judicial inquiries 3 - What is presently done against P2P?

  62. Judicial inquiries Quite illegal itself for the moment! 3 -

    What is presently done against P2P?
  63. Judicial inquiries Quite illegal itself for the moment! To identify

    someone sharing files, you have to get one’s IP 3 - What is presently done against P2P?
  64. Judicial inquiries Quite illegal itself for the moment! To identify

    someone sharing files, you have to get one’s IP Means connecting to the network… And sharing the file! 3 - What is presently done against P2P?
  65. Judicial inquiries Quite illegal itself for the moment! To identify

    someone sharing files, you have to get one’s IP Means connecting to the network… And sharing the file! If not sharing, simply getting the list of connected IPs is possible 3 - What is presently done against P2P?
  66. Getting someone’s IP on P2P 3 - What is presently

    done against P2P?
  67. Getting someone’s IP on P2P 3 - What is presently

    done against P2P? Blacklists: known crawlers are blocked
  68. Getting someone’s IP on P2P 3 - What is presently

    done against P2P? Blacklists: known crawlers are blocked IP spoofing: one may use another IP
  69. Getting someone’s IP on P2P 3 - What is presently

    done against P2P? Blacklists: known crawlers are blocked IP spoofing: one may use another IP “potentially any Internet user is at risk for receiving DMCA takedown notices today” University of Washington, department of Computer Science and Engineering
  70. Getting someone’s IP on P2P 3 - What is presently

    done against P2P? Blacklists: known crawlers are blocked IP spoofing: one may use another IP “potentially any Internet user is at risk for receiving DMCA takedown notices today” University of Washington, department of Computer Science and Engineering ThePirateBay’s trackers, OpenTracker… have begun sending random IPs
  71. 3 - What is presently done against P2P? Judicial attacks

    Tanya Andersen, a disabled Oregon mother, and her 10-year-old daughter, Kylee, have for the last three years been living a nightmare, thanks to Warner Music, EMI, Vivendi Universal
  72. 3 - What is presently done against P2P? Judicial attacks

    Companies ask for money (≃$500) without trial, threatening that judicial action would cost much higher Tanya Andersen, a disabled Oregon mother, and her 10-year-old daughter, Kylee, have for the last three years been living a nightmare, thanks to Warner Music, EMI, Vivendi Universal
  73. 3 - What is presently done against P2P? Judicial attacks

    Companies ask for money (≃$500) without trial, threatening that judicial action would cost much higher “30,000 or so men, women and children attacked, but never brought to court” “the Massachusetts state police force […] has ordered the company to Cease and Desist.” P2Pnet.net Tanya Andersen, a disabled Oregon mother, and her 10-year-old daughter, Kylee, have for the last three years been living a nightmare, thanks to Warner Music, EMI, Vivendi Universal
  74. 3 - What is presently done against P2P? Judicial attacks

    Companies ask for money (≃$500) without trial, threatening that judicial action would cost much higher Tanya Andersen, a disabled Oregon mother, and her 10-year-old daughter, Kylee, have for the last three years been living a nightmare, thanks to Warner Music, EMI, Vivendi Universal
  75. 3 - What is presently done against P2P? Judicial attacks

    Companies ask for money (≃$500) without trial, threatening that judicial action would cost much higher Illegal in France Tanya Andersen, a disabled Oregon mother, and her 10-year-old daughter, Kylee, have for the last three years been living a nightmare, thanks to Warner Music, EMI, Vivendi Universal
  76. 3 - What is presently done against P2P? Judicial attacks

    Companies ask for money (≃$500) without trial, threatening that judicial action would cost much higher Illegal in France Simply absurd! Tanya Andersen, a disabled Oregon mother, and her 10-year-old daughter, Kylee, have for the last three years been living a nightmare, thanks to Warner Music, EMI, Vivendi Universal
  77. 3 - What is presently done against P2P? Judicial attacks

    Companies ask for money (≃$500) without trial, threatening that judicial action would cost much higher Illegal in France Simply absurd! Not abandoned easily Tanya Andersen, a disabled Oregon mother, and her 10-year-old daughter, Kylee, have for the last three years been living a nightmare, thanks to Warner Music, EMI, Vivendi Universal
  78. 3 - What is presently done against P2P? Judicial attacks

    Companies ask for money (≃$500) without trial, threatening that judicial action would cost much higher Illegal in France Simply absurd! Not abandoned easily Tanya Andersen, a disabled Oregon mother, and her 10-year-old daughter, Kylee, have for the last three years been living a nightmare, thanks to Warner Music, EMI, Vivendi Universal
  79. 3 - What is presently done against P2P? Judicial attacks

    Companies ask for money (≃$500) without trial, threatening that judicial action would cost much higher Illegal in France Simply absurd! Not abandoned easily “Through this lawsuit, I’ve been humiliated, embarrassed, shamed, and my privacy has been greatly violated by the other side. They not only deposed my 10-year-old daughter, but, deposed my grown step- kids (who I’ve long been divorced from the father), friends, etc. Tanya Andersen, by P2Pnet.net Tanya Andersen, a disabled Oregon mother, and her 10-year-old daughter, Kylee, have for the last three years been living a nightmare, thanks to Warner Music, EMI, Vivendi Universal
  80. 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?

  81. Companies complaints 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?

  82. Companies complaints Copying is evil 4 - Is culture destroyed

    by sharing?
  83. Companies complaints Copying is evil Getting files illegally is stealing

    the artists 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  84. Companies complaints Copying is evil Getting files illegally is stealing

    the artists They are the only ones to edit artists 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  85. Companies complaints Copying is evil Getting files illegally is stealing

    the artists They are the only ones to edit artists less money means less artists to be edited 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  86. Companies complaints Copying is evil Getting files illegally is stealing

    the artists They are the only ones to edit artists less money means less artists to be edited only mainstream artists will be published, therefore destroying cultural diversity 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  87. Copying is not quite new 4 - Is culture destroyed

    by sharing?
  88. Copying is not quite new 4 - Is culture destroyed

    by sharing?
  89. Copying is not quite new CD copies: before the WWW

    explosion 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  90. Copying is not quite new CD copies: before the WWW

    explosion 90s: tape copies! 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  91. Copying is not quite new CD copies: before the WWW

    explosion 90s: tape copies! 70s: photocopies 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  92. Copying is not quite new CD copies: before the WWW

    explosion 90s: tape copies! 70s: photocopies 1455: printing 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  93. Copying is not quite new CD copies: before the WWW

    explosion 90s: tape copies! 70s: photocopies 1455: printing Before: copyist monks 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  94. Copying is not quite new CD copies: before the WWW

    explosion 90s: tape copies! 70s: photocopies 1455: printing Before: copyist monks … 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  95. Copying is not quite new CD copies: before the WWW

    explosion 90s: tape copies! 70s: photocopies 1455: printing Before: copyist monks … Humankind evolution is based on copy ! 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  96. Copying is not quite new CD copies: before the WWW

    explosion 90s: tape copies! 70s: photocopies 1455: printing Before: copyist monks … Humankind evolution is based on copy ! 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  97. Who’s stealing the artists? 4 - Is culture destroyed by

    sharing?
  98. Distribution of the €0.99 of a song sold through iTunes:

    Who’s stealing the artists? 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing? (source : http://tofz.org/spip/article.php3?id_article=15, quoting "Challenges" - 05/01/2006 p.30)
  99. Distribution of the €0.99 of a song sold through iTunes:

    €0.06 to Apple (iTunes) Who’s stealing the artists? 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing? (source : http://tofz.org/spip/article.php3?id_article=15, quoting "Challenges" - 05/01/2006 p.30)
  100. Distribution of the €0.99 of a song sold through iTunes:

    €0.06 to Apple (iTunes) €0.03 to banks and telecoms Who’s stealing the artists? 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing? (source : http://tofz.org/spip/article.php3?id_article=15, quoting "Challenges" - 05/01/2006 p.30)
  101. Distribution of the €0.99 of a song sold through iTunes:

    €0.06 to Apple (iTunes) €0.03 to banks and telecoms €0.19 VAT Who’s stealing the artists? 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing? (source : http://tofz.org/spip/article.php3?id_article=15, quoting "Challenges" - 05/01/2006 p.30)
  102. Distribution of the €0.99 of a song sold through iTunes:

    €0.06 to Apple (iTunes) €0.03 to banks and telecoms €0.19 VAT €0.07 to the SACEM Who’s stealing the artists? 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing? (source : http://tofz.org/spip/article.php3?id_article=15, quoting "Challenges" - 05/01/2006 p.30)
  103. Distribution of the €0.99 of a song sold through iTunes:

    €0.06 to Apple (iTunes) €0.03 to banks and telecoms €0.19 VAT €0.07 to the SACEM €0.03 shared between all artists of the band Who’s stealing the artists? 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing? (source : http://tofz.org/spip/article.php3?id_article=15, quoting "Challenges" - 05/01/2006 p.30)
  104. Distribution of the €0.99 of a song sold through iTunes:

    €0.06 to Apple (iTunes) €0.03 to banks and telecoms €0.19 VAT €0.07 to the SACEM €0.03 shared between all artists of the band what’s left for the major? €0.61! Who’s stealing the artists? 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing? (source : http://tofz.org/spip/article.php3?id_article=15, quoting "Challenges" - 05/01/2006 p.30)
  105. Distribution of the €0.99 of a song sold through iTunes:

    €0.06 to Apple (iTunes) €0.03 to banks and telecoms €0.19 VAT €0.07 to the SACEM €0.03 shared between all artists of the band what’s left for the major? €0.61! Who’s stealing the artists? 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing? (source : http://tofz.org/spip/article.php3?id_article=15, quoting "Challenges" - 05/01/2006 p.30)
  106. A new production model 4 - Is culture destroyed by

    sharing?
  107. A new production model Inspired from the open-source movement 4

    - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  108. A new production model Inspired from the open-source movement Artists

    share their production freely 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  109. A new production model Inspired from the open-source movement Artists

    share their production freely Consumers can give them money if they want 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  110. A new production model Inspired from the open-source movement Artists

    share their production freely Consumers can give them money if they want This money goes directly to the artists 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  111. A new production model Inspired from the open-source movement Artists

    share their production freely Consumers can give them money if they want This money goes directly to the artists Used by well-known bands: Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails… 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  112. Which one gives most diversity? 4 - Is culture destroyed

    by sharing?
  113. Which one gives most diversity? Classical model: majors edit the

    artists they want to, and get most of the money coming from the consumers 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  114. Which one gives most diversity? Classical model: majors edit the

    artists they want to, and get most of the money coming from the consumers Emerging model: artists share their work, and are directly rewarded by fans 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  115. Which one gives most diversity? Classical model: majors edit the

    artists they want to, and get most of the money coming from the consumers Emerging model: artists share their work, and are directly rewarded by fans 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  116. Which one gives most diversity? Classical model: majors edit the

    artists they want to, and get most of the money coming from the consumers Emerging model: artists share their work, and are directly rewarded by fans 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  117. Which one gives most diversity? Classical model: majors edit the

    artists they want to, and get most of the money coming from the consumers Emerging model: artists share their work, and are directly rewarded by fans Wikipedia gives free, shared and massive knowledge, and was impossible to imagine ten years ago 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  118. Which one gives most diversity? Classical model: majors edit the

    artists they want to, and get most of the money coming from the consumers Emerging model: artists share their work, and are directly rewarded by fans Wikipedia gives free, shared and massive knowledge, and was impossible to imagine ten years ago Could we imagine a new culture distribution model? 4 - Is culture destroyed by sharing?
  119. What’s next?

  120. Conclusion: what’s next? Brute force? The same way Napster being

    brought down accelerated the emergence of eMule, and, later, the main servers of eMule and Kazaa being brought down made everyone switch to
  121. Digital control is a pain for legal users Conclusion: what’s

    next? Brute force? The same way Napster being brought down accelerated the emergence of eMule, and, later, the main servers of eMule and Kazaa being brought down made everyone switch to
  122. Digital control is a pain for legal users Digital protections

    always end up being cracked after a few weeks Conclusion: what’s next? Brute force? The same way Napster being brought down accelerated the emergence of eMule, and, later, the main servers of eMule and Kazaa being brought down made everyone switch to
  123. Digital control is a pain for legal users Digital protections

    always end up being cracked after a few weeks New, more secure file sharing software already exist Conclusion: what’s next? Brute force? The same way Napster being brought down accelerated the emergence of eMule, and, later, the main servers of eMule and Kazaa being brought down made everyone switch to
  124. Conclusion: what’s next? New laws? 300000 euros d'amende et 3

    ans de prison pour les pirates. Idem pour toute personne éditant un logiciel destiné à la mise à disposition du public non
  125. Methods used to identify people are currently illegal Conclusion: what’s

    next? New laws? 300000 euros d'amende et 3 ans de prison pour les pirates. Idem pour toute personne éditant un logiciel destiné à la mise à disposition du public non
  126. Methods used to identify people are currently illegal Lobbies trying

    to pass laws to legalize their methods Conclusion: what’s next? New laws? 300000 euros d'amende et 3 ans de prison pour les pirates. Idem pour toute personne éditant un logiciel destiné à la mise à disposition du public non
  127. Methods used to identify people are currently illegal Lobbies trying

    to pass laws to legalize their methods In France: DADVSI (2006) Conclusion: what’s next? New laws? 300000 euros d'amende et 3 ans de prison pour les pirates. Idem pour toute personne éditant un logiciel destiné à la mise à disposition du public non
  128. Methods used to identify people are currently illegal Lobbies trying

    to pass laws to legalize their methods In France: DADVSI (2006) Currently examined: HADOPI Conclusion: what’s next? New laws? 300000 euros d'amende et 3 ans de prison pour les pirates. Idem pour toute personne éditant un logiciel destiné à la mise à disposition du public non
  129. Methods used to identify people are currently illegal Lobbies trying

    to pass laws to legalize their methods In France: DADVSI (2006) Currently examined: HADOPI “3 strikes” Conclusion: what’s next? New laws? 300000 euros d'amende et 3 ans de prison pour les pirates. Idem pour toute personne éditant un logiciel destiné à la mise à disposition du public non
  130. Methods used to identify people are currently illegal Lobbies trying

    to pass laws to legalize their methods In France: DADVSI (2006) Currently examined: HADOPI “3 strikes” Huge lobbying effort Conclusion: what’s next? New laws? 300000 euros d'amende et 3 ans de prison pour les pirates. Idem pour toute personne éditant un logiciel destiné à la mise à disposition du public non
  131. Methods used to identify people are currently illegal Lobbies trying

    to pass laws to legalize their methods In France: DADVSI (2006) Currently examined: HADOPI “3 strikes” Huge lobbying effort Conclusion: what’s next? New laws? 300000 euros d'amende et 3 ans de prison pour les pirates. Idem pour toute personne éditant un logiciel destiné à la mise à disposition du public non
  132. My opinion Final slide ;)

  133. My opinion Artists have to be rewarded for their work

    Final slide ;)
  134. My opinion Artists have to be rewarded for their work

    Classical distribution system is obsolete Final slide ;)
  135. My opinion Artists have to be rewarded for their work

    Classical distribution system is obsolete Want the piracy to stop? Make credible offers! Final slide ;)
  136. My opinion Artists have to be rewarded for their work

    Classical distribution system is obsolete Want the piracy to stop? Make credible offers! Final slide ;)
  137. My opinion Artists have to be rewarded for their work

    Classical distribution system is obsolete Want the piracy to stop? Make credible offers! Final slide ;)
  138. My opinion Artists have to be rewarded for their work

    Classical distribution system is obsolete Want the piracy to stop? Make credible offers! Magistrates are ignorant on this subject Final slide ;)
  139. Sources Get implied! torrentfreak.com P2Pnet.net thepiratebay.org blog.brokep.com www.ecrans.fr canardpc.com jaimelesartistes.fr

    jaimelesartistes.info ca-va-couper.org Wikipedia http://heliot.fr/fichiers/itms.pdf www.telegraph.co.uk www.svmlemag.fr/ petition_riposte_graduee More info users.polytech.unice.fr/ ~ghibaudo/P2P stealthisfilm.com