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Roku Claims Success in ‘War’ Against Piracy


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" “It’s time for all major leaders in the TV industry to work together to end piracy while giving consumers the wide choice of TV content they deserve ."

This is an interesting statement.  I thought that the entertainment cartels started working together to end piracy in the early 2000s, shortly after Napster came out and caused the legal mafia mass hysteria.  But according to this guy, NOW is the time. 

If consumers were given a wide choice of content at an AFFORDABLE price, piracy would have probably never taken off with the average consumer.  But we're seeing Netflix regularly raise prices and every other pay service, with the exception of Spotify which is free with advertisements, become more and more expensive.  If this trend continues then you will not end piracy.

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