They don't have the right stuff to do that, like intellegence.

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isn't that a fact

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The question as you ask it?<br />
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It doesn't matter how it's encoded, it can be copied easily. Put a CD in your tray and play it. Click on Windows Pla<x>yer, click on Record, and there you have it ... copied. That's to copy a CD, but you have to have the original to make a *diredt* copy. But it always starts with *one* person copying the original and uploading it, then countless others can have the same copy of the one copy.<br />
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DVD's are a bit more coplicated, but a copy can be made in a likewise manner, uploaded, where it starts with the *one* person copying and countless others copying the same, single copy. From there, the copies become *thousands* of copies, and for free.<br />
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It's all but impossible to stop online piracy; the *only* way is to shut down the file-sharing sites as quick as they open them and even now there are sites any of us can visit where they blatantly host downloads for free. But even shutting down sites will *NOT* stop because they re-open another one instead. There are also a 'gazillion' people sending each other copies through their email, phone and even hard copies through snail-mail. How can *anyone* stop it?<br />
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Once a highway only held cars,what is does not mean, it has to be

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You don't. You just make it as easy as possible to buy and own the digital stuff you buy and shut down major, obvious piracy networks. Shockingly, that tactic works really well in other countries.

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I started by writing that I was answering the question as it was asked. I am absolutely and totally aware of what *can* be done and what *is* done; as much as I am aware of what *can't* be done (for reasons I don't want to get into) and what is *not* done. Both of which are not what the question asks :)

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