Google fights the Hollywood tech veto
May 21, 2010, 14:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Ever since the Web was spun there has been tension between
Silicon Valley and Hollywood.
"Generally, Hollywood has won.
"The passage of laws like the Digital Millenium Copyright Act
(DMCA), and their strict enforcement not just by American cops but
by foreign trade representatives, is well-known.
"(The Veto Club and Bar is located on Hollywood Road in
beautiful Hong Kong. I would love to be seen there one day. This is
"The content industries have also turned peer-to-peer technology
into the "porn" of tech."
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