Perhaps the best part of this article about the music industry suing the government of Ireland for not implementing SOPA like laws that would coerce ISPs to perform DNS blocking is the following statement made by an anonymous reader in the comments section:
I value the principle of a separation of powers, especially when it comes to industries that are entirely dependent on power of the state to [maintain] a business model.
Does that not sum up the very source of the burden that the entertainment intellectual properties industry has placed on the world? In which type of free market economic scenario can any industry without providing any real service or value be sustained through force of law. If it were possible to simply pass a law that the economy functions well, don’t you think the Obama regime would have don’t that instead of floating it on credit?
The most important question everyone should ask themselves at this time is whether we can afford to have these entertainment industry leeches sucking the life out of the government and people of the world while we are all in desperate need of economic improvement.
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