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How should copyright policy be reformed in the era of digitization and piracy?
Growth of Internet-based piracy and digitization has made prevalent the question: How should copyright policy be reformed in the digital era? Media firms have lobbied governments for stricter anti-piracy regulations, including shutting down Internet sites that serve as major conduits for pirated content. Brett Danaher of Wellesley College will discuss one such intervention: the impact of the shutdown of the popular Megaupload site on digital sales of movies for one major studio.
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