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Jimquisition: When Piracy Becomes Theft

Feb 06 // Jim Sterling

Piracy isn't theft, right? It's copyright infringement, yes? These statements aren't wrong, but they're not always correct. Not when we talk about a certain type of piracy that is most certainly theft, and deserves all the indignity that such a term implies.

The just and fair Jim Sterling shall share the wisdom of his judgement.


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