Spain Kills Anti-Piracy Laws

Michelle Carlbert

Moki is a freelance writer, editor and blogger who is a self-proclaimed geek and fangirl. The first movie she fell in love with was Star Wars (the original of course), but she's into more than just Sci Fi these days. At one point in her life she went to a movie every single Sunday night and saw some great flicks (and some really bad ones as well) during those years. Her DVD movie collection is full of everything from dramas to action, plus comedy and even some chick flicks and kid's movies, too. These days she has a hard time deciding what her favorite genre of movie is, preferring instead to say that she'll watch just about anything that catches her fancy.

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  1. Rodney Thomas says:

    “Spain’s parliamentarians fear delinquents. What’s worse, they don’t fear being murdered by delinquents, like in Mexico, but simply that the delinquents won’t vote for them.”
    Because not being voted into government is much worse than being murdered.

    Let me get this right, the Spanish Government listened to the Spanish people and throws out an unpopular bill instead of bowing down to the US and the IFPI. This is an honourable decision and other countries such as France (HADOPI) should follow Spain’s lead with its reasonable fair use clauses that allow non-commercial production of works..