- Ryan Wheeler
- Worcester, MA
- United States
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Why don't the copyright laws change?
The debate over copyrights are ongoing and often times are very heated. My question is that in reference to a free market why haven't producers better adapted. If another individual can produce a product of equal quality for a lower price than I believe competition should dictate a downturn in price. For instance it has been claimed that movie piracy fuels terrorism. If a terrorist cell produces DVDs in the United States for less money than our companies, shouldn't we take a good look at ourselves and wonder where we have gone wrong. What exactly is the profit margin on the DVD's we sell, maybe greed plays a bigger role in this debate than copyright infringement.