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Film Studios Seeking Complete Block of Newzbin2 in the UK 231

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the tunisia-land-of-the-free dept.
superglaze writes "Having got BT, one of the biggest ISPs in the UK, to block the Newzbin2 Usenet site, the Motion Picture Association is now trying to get the same result from all the other major service providers in the country. As this is likely to go through, it won't be long before most people in the UK will be unable to visit file-sharing sites at all, without using a proxy, VPN, or special client."
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Film Studios Seeking Complete Block of Newzbin2 in the UK

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  • by Bert64 (520050) <bert@slashdoMENC ... com minus author> on Wednesday November 09, 2011 @10:38AM (#37999022) Homepage

    It's 8 quid if you happen to live outside london, it costs a lot more in london...

    Add to that, the conditions... Of the cinemas i've been to over the years, most are smelly, dirty, poor climate control (either too hot or too cold), uncomfortable seats, seats too close together so you knock elbows etc etc...

    I also never understood why they sell the noisiest possible food (crisps and popcorn) at cinemas, people munching away on this stuff is noisy and detracts from the movie!

    Contrast that to cinemas in some asian countries, where they have to compete against a much higher level of piracy, the prices are not only much cheaper but the experience much better to boot.

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