Loss of revenue, and the inability to hold copyright claims in court internationally.
If you could solve that, this issue goes away.
I think the bluster is a bit overdone, basically wikipedia lives off 'borrowed' content and google really just directs you to the stolen material, how are they harming anyone? (sarcasm added).
I would like to see a stricter rule that deals strictly with software, video and audio content. I think that bullet takes down the largest volume of this issue and it really is easy to determine if a website has the authorization to allowed 8 million downloads of Transformer 3.
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