"On Sunday, The New York Times published the story of a popular — and illegal — website that let people stream and download movies and television shows at their leisure. The site was taken offline in 2010 by the federal government, and the administrators behind the site were charged with conspiracy and copyright infringement. Nearly all served time in prison. The article touched a nerve among Times readers, eliciting hundreds of reactions about copyright infringement and intellectual property, and how the digital world complicates both. Here is a sampling of their comments..."
Monday, October 6, 2014
Readers Debate Online Piracy and the Future of Digital Entertainment; New York Times, 9/29/14
Jenna Wortham, New York Times; Readers Debate Online Piracy and the Future of Digital Entertainment: