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Congress may have -- controversial antipiracy legislation but the battle over your Internet content.
Is nowhere near an end Denis -- has the exclusive story we mean my Internet content yeah all of.
-- -- cut its giant met with the chief tens of need for big contents trade groups today it out -- -- got books movies music software.
Gathering at a conference -- for the first time since suffering bitter defeat and the fight over the new copyright crackdown known as the by the bubbly names of so by and pick up.
Congress dump that new legislation after the -- -- still -- censorship protest that's up up millions of Internet users now the content she's wanna make nice with the tech -- that Jeff birth of their so called bubble.
This conciliatory tone coming from Tom Allen president of the Association of American Publishers.
-- -- -- -- Is our industries with -- we work on a regular basis.
But they may not -- where they did not clearly we never came to terms on the specific items elements of a piece of legislation.
But that doesn't mean we can't talk to ISPs and that people who do ads in the payment processes we can talked about that's not a profit.
Exceeded the balance.
He is making sure that we focus on the bad actors who are creating.
Hand profiting from the illegal content.
-- of the -- business software alliance.
We had that we just heard him -- -- now get a move on beyond that to the next guy.
Okay and out all right so that the -- of the balance is that it did you save animation the focus on the bad actors alright.
So here's the problem even brute force cannot block the Internet -- you have to circuit Apple's iTunes did more to reduce music piracy than the industry's legal assault on Napster but -- Sherman of the Recording Industry Association of America.
Says new business models like iTunes not enough.
So long as people can get everything they want for free.
They're not going to go to those legal services as much as they should there is a direct relationship between enforcement.
And improving the revenues of the industry.
So billions of dollars -- stake -- copyright -- And that's why it may be a long while before the concave keys will be -- -- by the -- with their friend amazed.
In Silicon Valley and this actually plays into the election because now the two sides who have both been very supportive in many cases to.
The democratic administration are trying to figure out who's friendly to them and who's not and a big role here is played by Google okay because what -- content -- are -- days.
Well not all of -- was against this just some tech -- Google gives searches to provide search results that lead you to be illegal site and so the -- -- let you shut down.
That site just for that -- even in -- -- that was the problem.
So try to divide -- From the rest of tac try to divide PayPal so that you can ill legalize pavement and then maybe get the other tech guys to go along with you and some kind of a compromise them aren't thank you -- mail.
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