Computer ‘villains’ are not geeks, just savvy children – The Times

Posted August 20th, 2008 in copyright, internet, special report by sally

“In the past 15 years, nothing has given entertainment publishers quite as many sleepless nights as internet piracy. Starting with the rise of Napster, the music-sharing service, in the 1990s, the rapidly increasing speed of broadband connections has allowed consumers to share and copy media files in vast quantities.”

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The Times, 20th August 2008