Researchers at George Mason University’s Mercatus Center recently launched a website, PiracyData.org, to determine whether or not there are legal alternatives for viewing the world’s most pirated movies. Drawing upon TorrentFreak’s weekly list of the 10 most pirated movies, the researchers will quantify the validity — or invalidity — of copyright holders’ claims that pirates are thieving material that is indeed available elsewhere, as well as claims that search engines like Google should quit linking to pirated content. In this TechNewsWorld podcast, we are joined by Jerry Brito, a research fellow at the Mercatus Center and a cofounder of the site.
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