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How does the music/film industry fight piracy?
Posted Date: 12-May-2012
Ajai B Maliackal
Here in this article, you will be getting information on fight against online piracy and the way to tackle the piracy in music and film industry. You will be getting good tips in preventing the online piracy and it will help them to understand the risk and challenges in this film and music world. This will help more customers to understand about this problem and can find proper solution for this issue.
Earlier when we are living in the old age and now we have entered into a modern world where we are seeing more changes in technology and in U.S bush was the president for one year and in that stage internet was in a good condition, but it was in a slower stage which is in our current situation. When we enter into 2012 year, we are seeing a good change in technology.
In the first stage cell phones were one change in our world and then it has entered into the mobile computing periods. Today we are putting small tablet pc in to suit our needs and earlier we did not had any type of small computers and now technology is changing in a good manner.
Earlier we are reading books and newspapers on a daily basis and we are not heard about ebooks and nobody had kindle fire tablets. We did not had any social networking sites and now the MP3 players and video streaming websites has been launched which was useful for every people.
Fight against online piracy
When we enter into to fight against the
the music and film industry are looking to get the help from Google company. Google is working on areas like television, movie and music and they have announced the Google TV and this music service which is digital will reduce the piracy from our country. Now the company is giving messages which are mixed and they are looking to remove the links from pirated songs and it will take time for them to reduce the music piracy. Executives from the top music company groups named Recording Industry Association of America and
International Federation of Phonographic Industry
are seeking help from Google to track the pirated material which is available in the web. To remove the links the author who write material and produce in the web, then they must check for duplicate content and then report it to Google to remove it from the databases from Google.
Google always follow the rules of copyright law and the content author need to inform Google for removing the content from the web. Google is charging $5 for this service and a film maker said that this type of high money will end in loss. In online many of the companies has started to make polls regarding how to fight the online piracy and ways to stop the piracy. Many of the people has voted that companies like
are giving incentives for people for paying for the legal content. Many of the them have told that the price of CD and DVD must be reduced to fight piracy. Many of the people have told to introduce feature such as 3D and many of them have told to implement satellite feature which will fight against online piracy. The piracy cell need to give more advertising to fight against piracy area. The government need to take strict actions against people who violate the rules of copyright.
The Australian government is facing difficulties for fighting against piracy and many of them are wasting lot of money in this section. The Australian government are spending
in music industry and they have lost huge amount of money. Online piracy is the biggest difficulty which the industry is facing in their daily periods.
Fighting piracy by encouraging illegal activity
The CEO of the Electronics Arts company John Riccitiello has told that the best way to stop the online piracy is to encourage the online activity by charging some amount of money, so that they will become good potential customers.
When a game or music is offered to download via online, then people will select this method and pay the amount of money which company has charged. This will stop the online piracy in India. When the company cannot make any revenue, still they can make money by charging an amount of money from the downloadable source.
The music consumers need to think properly to make money from the music programs.
We will buy tickets which is of high price for the concert tickets and the main reason is the
The company can make good amount of money if the tickets are sold via socially. When we design a product, we must think the ways to make money from the product, then only we will be able to make good profit.
We need to find ways to fight against piracy, then only we will be able to stop this online piracy.
Swim clean, In the Pirate Bay.
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