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Internet Pirates Will Always Win

By NICK BILTON


STOPPING online piracy is like playing the world?s largest game of Whac-A-Mole.


Hit one, countless others appear. Quickly. And the mallet is heavy and slow.

Take as an example YouTube, where the Recording Industry Association of America almost rules with an iron fist, but doesn?t, because of deceptions like the one involving a cat.


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