It puts into the private sphere (the milieu where large amounts of money are found, controlled by magnates who also own various media) the role of the police.Lord Krunk said:Seeming as the police aren't doing that great a job at it, I condone this new law wholeheartedly.nilcypher said:"dealing with illegal file-sharing is a job for the police. It is their job to enforce the law. Now we have given private corporations the legal right to go after our civilians. That's not how Western democracies work."
Finally, an anti-piracy measure that looks promising!
Funny how when a whole pan of the banking sector, a private affair in the end, fails and leads all worlds on a crash course, we end with other private parties getting even more power, while we know how power works: presidents are moved around through banks, governments, think tanks, military and oil companies, and media companies. It's all a big group of pals.
And the "low" people ask for more! Because they think it's actually good??