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The BitTorrent store will work slightly differently than rival digital media offerings like the iTunes Store of Apple and the Xbox Live service of Microsoft. BitTorrent will commingle free downloads of users' own video uploads with sales of professional fare. And while it will sell digital copies of shows like "24" and "Bones" for $1.99 an episode, it will only rent movies. Once the films are on the PC, they expire within 30 days of their purchase or 24 hours after the buyer begins to watch them.
New releases like "Superman Returns" cost $3.99, while classics like "Reservoir Dogs" cost $2.99. The studio's content plays in Microsoft's Windows Media Player 11. It is secured by Microsoft's antipiracy software, which blocks users from watching rented movies on more than one PC or sending them to others over the Internet.
The absence of allegations of specific unauthorized downloads or direct infringements in the complaint is not inadvertent: rather it is a side effect of how far removed defendant is from the potential infringing event and it is part of an improper criminal complaint that purports to impose presumptive criminal liability on a BitTorrent search engine for alleged offsite infringements. It is also a sign that the government is eager to improperly introduce concepts of judge made civil law into a criminal statutory analysis.
One word: encryption. Once people encrypt P2P networks (which they are already starting to do), there will be no possible way (in theory) for the ISPs, media companies or government to even know what is being transmitted over the internet, let alone filter for illegal material. Nobody outside of the two parties transferring data will know if you were copying illegal movies or Linux distributions (which is perfectly legal). The only way would be for the government to subpeona the IP addresses on the filesharing list and search them for the illegal material (or to just block them from the internet directly).
It is fitting that the movie that is the latest battleground in Australia over Internet piracy is the story of a man who defies government agencies to obtain illegal material and share it with others. 2b1af7f3a8