How CNET/CBS Interactive ignited and fueled the "Phenomena of Internet Piracy" to control the Internet
2011 12 27

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What is Protect IP / SOPA?



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The history of CNET/CBS Interactive promoting Piracy software is staggering. Over 1,000 different software offerings, Several hundred instances of mentioning copyright infringing uses, often with known copyrighted songs or famous band names. Although some of these pages are ten years old, you must remember that CNET has been distributing LimeWire software since at least February 2001.

We have substantial evidence going right up until the year 2011. Moreover, just since CBS bought CNET, they have distributed over 50,000,000 downloads of LimeWire alone! Over 250,000,000 downloads of LimeWire in Total.

Please, keep in mind as you review this evidence, "What was CNET’s Intent?"



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