Ch3case - BCS 300 1) The movie industry has faced...

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BCS 300 1) The movie industry has faced competitive forces by other companies and businesses looking to distribute their movies online, by people pirating their movies on to recordable media and selling it illegally, and people downloading their properties online through media sharing outlets like Limewire and torrent sites. The problem it has created is a loss in money for the studios involved in the pirating of their original properties. It has forced studios to look at other means of possible distribution to try and combat this problem, such as making deals with other companies about digital downloads for a cost to combat piracy. 2) As stated in the previous answer, disruptive technology such as media sharing and the illegal copying of DVD’s, CD’s, etc. has impacted the motion picture industry greatly. They are losing money on their legal property when people can essentially ‘cheat’ and get it for free. Many lawsuits have come about because of this issue, one of the most famous involving a media sharing software called
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2011 for the course BUS 101 taught by Professor Noname during the Spring '11 term at Albany State University.

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Ch3case - BCS 300 1) The movie industry has faced...

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