Well, another blow for the pirating industry as the Senate passed an RIAA back bill that will further make stricter rules on intellectual property. Information taken from the C-Net article which will be linked below this my take on this subject will be provided below.
The RIAA is the group that is trying to protect musicians and their right to release music and stop the pirating and illegal sharing of copyrighted music. This information and group all began bitching when Napster blew up the scene back in the early 2000’s. Firstly, as you can see, I am not big on the stance of musicians trying to protect their business and their creative commons. However, I give credit to the bands that accept and nurture the sharing abilities of the music to the masses and support getting their names out by any means possible. But, I do agree with the other half in trying to protect their music and making money, because hey its a business.
I finally just don’t think that they will ever be able to stop the pirating of music just yet, because there are so many outlets and so many places. There just isn’t enough jurisdiction on the web to control what the whole world does, and frankly if that ever happens, it’s going to be a sad state for the world, and Big Brother can take into effect. The link to read the full article can be found here. CNet.com – Senate passes RIAA-backed bill