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Re: Antigua Gov launching legal pirate site?
From: Jeffrey Walton <noloader () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2013 13:12:55 -0500

On Fri, Jan 25, 2013 at 10:37 AM, Blanchard, Michael (InfoSec)
<michael.blanchard () emc com> wrote:
They'll make a litteral ton of cash at $5 a month.....

 This is like the Russian MP3 sites where anyone can legally DL a song for 10 cents I'd figure....

 I wonder if they'll have cracks and keygens along with the Warez they'll be selling... and what does that mean to a 
US buyer whom legally purchased the software from the Aniguan government?

 Interesting stuff LOL


The Government of Antigua is planning to launch a website selling movies, music and software, without paying U.S. 
copyright holders. The Caribbean island is taking the unprecedented step because the United States refuses to lift a 
trade "blockade" preventing the island from offering Internet gambling services, despite several WTO decisions in 
Antigua's favor. The country now hopes to recoup some of the lost income through a WTO approved "warez" site.

That is freakin' hilarious. Apparently, the US goes not control the
WTO like it does the UN Security Council.

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