True for music. Can be true for movies but way way way way way way harder. CGI is expensive as well as decent cameras. Not to say its must but yar.@MilwaukeeMike
You need to do more research, do a google search for "Illegal downloaders 'spend the most on music.'" I'll save you from reading it--almost 50% more. Also the UK already tried to pass the same sort of censorship on a user level. Anyone can listen to music on youtube for free, it's not as hard to access music as it once was. The corporate media conglomerates don't want to change their operating model in this growing and changing market so they push for censorship. The same thing happened in '82 when the VCR was invented by JVC, they said that it would be the end of the industry. The music industry still lives on. The cost to distribute music on the internet is miniscule, pennies to send to other people. Just how you would borrow a dvd from a friend the same can be done on the internet to thousands. The real threat to big media isn't pirates, it's the independent people that don't sign contracts to big media. The fact is that there is such opportunity to create, distribute and profit from independent music and movies apart from big media that scares them.
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