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Nearly a quarter of a trillion dollars will be lost by 2015 from pirated content. With sites like The Pirate Bay and Kickass torrents making it as simple as a few clicks away, downloading illegal copies of music, TV shows, movies and other software has never been easier. In the second quarter of 2014, an estimated 10 billion movies, TV shows and many other files had been downloaded worldwide. Six percent of that was illegal downloads, 600 million illegal downloads in just a three month period. Copyright infringement is one of the many horrible things that happens today and we need to come up with a better way to prevent it. There are many policies that are used to let a person know if they have downloaded something illegally, one of those is the Copyright Alert System (CAS). This lets content producers such as filmmakers and music producers connect to peer-to-peer networks and notify an internet service provider (ISP) of the illegal activity then which ISP then lets the subscriber know of such activity. Now, this system is a little lenient on how people are to go about this notice. The person who is paying for the internet can finally put a password on their Wi-Fi connection, they could also let other people know that they got the notice and tell them not to do it. If the illegal activity keeps up, then the ISP can do pretty much whatever they want with the internet connection, some of the most common actions include: slowing down the speed of their internet or they will redirect you, no matter what website you go to to a site of their own until you call them. Even with policies like this in place, people still pirate content. What we could do is have content creators experiment with releasing their movies simultaneously scheduling both digital and theater release. We could have a dedicated subscription based service for this, much like Spotify but for video. In the second quarter of 2014, there was ten billion...
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