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(C|Net)   Cable companies decide not to disconnect accused pirates, probably because they're the only customers that aren't complaining about the service and cost   (news.cnet.com) divider line 3
    More: Followup, Time Warner Cable, Other People's Money, Declan McCullagh, Internet Society, Cablevision  
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2012-11-17 10:04:17 AM
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BizarreMan: Tenebreux: 'Piracy' only exists where the content provider is able but unwilling to provide their product at a price that a consumer is willing to pay.

In a format the consumer wants to buy.


This too.
2012-11-17 09:58:32 AM
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Tenebreux: 'Piracy' only exists where the content provider is able but unwilling to provide their product at a price that a consumer is willing to pay.


In a format the consumer wants to buy.
2012-11-17 09:37:25 AM
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'Piracy' only exists where the content provider is able but unwilling to provide their product at a price that a consumer is willing to pay.
 
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