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TorgoX (1933)

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Thursday June 08, 2006
05:46 PM

The technology to obliterate

[ #29846 ]

Dear Log,

«every day, almost two of every three movies ever put onto DVD are rented by a Netflix customer.

[...] what's saving Netflix -- allowing it to thrive when the technology to obliterate it already exists -- is yet another attempt by Hollywood to hold onto a fading business model. Remember, this is the industry that filed lawsuits in the 1970's to prevent people from watching movies at home.»

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