> Content piracy has been identified as a significant problem in a more open and global environment.
No, it's really not#yalereport
> There are two approaches to addressing piracy: first, copyright reform and, second, prohibiting unlawful actions that facilitate the reception of programs from Internet sites.
In other words it's not the actual piracy they want to prevent, it's enabling technology. Like FLOSS.
> australia as example
> With respect to the second approach, sections 9 and 10 of the Radiocommunication Act currently make it an offence to decode, retransmit, and operate devices, equipment, or components to receive an unlawfully decrypted subscription program. These provisions should be moved to the
broadcasting Act and expanded to include all forms of media content, whether received through satellites or through
>. Consequential amendments should also be made to ensure proper enforcement of these
UGH, terrible, just terrible #canada