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September 13, 2012 • 10:45 am
Filed under: Video, Piracy
Thanks for passing along this. It is the best analysis of “privacy” problem for makers of traditional media trying to market a digital version of their work, I’ve seen.
To protect them, it seems Google and other ad networks, need to be held responsible for where their ads appear. And sites distributing media need to be held responsible for unauthorized uploads. This protection could be done with legislation without crippling our computers or the network. And should be done for this transitionary period.
But, really creatives, the solution is to make media that cannot be stolen, because all distribution is authorized. Make media that uses ubiquitous access to promote your interests.
Don’t make digital media that needs to be sold. Get yourself and everyone involved paid first, then use digital media to sell services, events, and analogue products, that further everyone’s ability to get paid to make more media.
Then, “pirates” are simply distributors.
Thanks for the insight p0ps. Cheers.
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