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|Technology - General|
|Saturday, 04 August 2012 00:15|
Antidescargas laws are bound to fail by their very nature, as lawmakers have failed to understand the network and its users. Although we now have a good step forward: Aurélie Filippetti, the French culture minister admits that Hadopi not work, and that does not meet the goal he had in his approach, encouraging the growth of legal offers of online content.
Of proven ineffectiveness for some time, now is someone who criticizes the government's law, as the French cultural industry, far from having grown up, has seen was reduced by 3.9% speaking film and 2.7% the musical. According to the bearer of culture gala:
For the record, Hadopi has a policy of strikes, sending two emails as alerts the user that has proved to illegally download content, reaching a last stay which is handling the user to disconnect the Internet by a judge, although this last element (the judge) was included after the original statement of the law, where the administration was responsible for deciding who is and who is not disconnected.
While the final step, removal, has not yet been applied to any user, the minister also said in that regard, stating that the penalty was disproportionate.
Armed with the industry, especially with a president of Canal +, Filipetti has called for a "balance of evolving practices in the use of digital cultural content" in order to determine what is needed for Internet becomes a real source of cultural industry revenue. The idea of the report, we can guess by the criticism of the minister, is to eliminate the agency charged with implementing this law to have completed and studied, so far as it points to a reduction in maintenance funds of the same.
Looks like someone finally understands that all users want a free, but an easy purchase, it really profitable, profitable. Already there are many platforms for the dissemination of legal media, either monthly subscriptions or individual payments, just missing the willingness of industry to set a good catalog on these platforms, proven performance .