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The Russian Lower House has approved an anti-piracy bill that only protects movies and does not introduce responsibility for users of the pirated content.
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The only way to prevent "pirating" (=sharing) is to never allow access to media. This is a joke law.
The way the bill is set up to fail from the get-go (not even penalties for law violators), you can almost sense that this law is just there to comply with current EU and US laws as a symbolic act, since America would literally threaten Russia's sovereignty over this stupid issue, and Russia saves it's heavy nuclear artillery for serious threats, not Paramount Pictures.
Protecting Copyright >protecting Human Rights ?
Something wrong on this planet.
Everyone knows the Duma downloads pirated music, so they do not want to dis their sources.
Russian movies are all inadequate.
State Counsellor, Admiral, Turkish Gambit > any western movie ever made.
Ever watched a US/UK movie? Unless being bored to sleep is your thing, don't bother.
what about video games? these are just as costly to produce as movies?
This is correct Control Method - Close the Source and not Punish the User
16:23 Some Russian Duma mambers may own shares in US studios. No Russia media is worth pirating.
multimillon moviemakers are apparently well represented in duma, small music makers less
Ever watched a Russian movie? Unless being bored to sleep is your thing, don't bother.
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