·Time Warner Cable
Companies should be going after the hoster, not the end user
Blaming the users for 'hearing' and 'viewing' content items that are on the internet is no different than listening to radio or TV. The main exception is that content is being put out there that may be gray market or even illegal. So what happens - Corporations/ISP/MPAA/RIAA go after those that are viewing/listening to it. The don't go after those that are pushing the content.
If I go to a concert in a park, and listen to music and see video on the screen - do I know if royalties been paid for ?
Well it's like prostitution. Do you arrest the hooker or the john?
The pimp and hooker, obviously.
They're the ones selling an unlicensed product.
ha, I'm pretty sure a woman can license her own vag