Techdirt: Hollywood Studios Call Six Strikes A 'Sham,' Cue Plans For Something Much Worse


Karl Bode of Techdirt published an interesting piece on Hollywood's "six strikes" anti-piracy regime its ineffectivenes. Obviously, the industry is growing more and more frustrated as piracy becomes more and more advanced. We think Rightscorp has created a more effective solution. 

Here's an excerpt of the piece, but we encourage you to read the rest of it here.

Amusingly, some of the very same Hollywood voices that pushed so hard for six strikes and ignored warnings that it wouldn't work, are now calling the program an abject failure. The Internet Security Task Force, a coalition of smaller studios, which counts copyright troll Voltage Pictures among its members, has come out swinging this week against six strikes in a press release, calling the program a "sham"...

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