It's a DownHill Struggle, Let's Face It
Wired.com has even been less evil ever since the Conde Nast takeover coup committed by the Swiss, though they do not *always* and *totally* condemn things p2p as a federal crime, if not as an immoral deed.
«As Wired News first reported, Eyes on the Prize, the 14-part series chronicling the civil rights movement, can no longer be broadcast on television and has never been released on DVD because of copyright restrictions. »
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Therefore some people are thinking about some sort of downloading venture.
But I think the liberal well-heeled middle class of America would even pay for the download when asked. So why rip it?