Barely Legal Porn

Barely legal porn Everyone can fantasize and sometimes must not go crazy. Staring at the traces of rain on the windshield, let’s surrender to the gentle autumn blows of the wind against the windows and, therefore, sail away from the legal status of AD 2009 to see what could change in the Polish Internet if there was (finally) a clear, fast-to-enforce intellectual property and copyright law …

As a basis for our considerations, let’s take the fresh results of Megapanel for August 2009 . Let’s take a look at what websites may start to lose on the fact that an institution / legal body will file a lawsuit or scare them with a court. In the list, I cut out the categories in which the vast majority of websites do not have and will not have problems with the law (categories: “corporate” or “public”) because I can not imagine that, for example, MEN built a P2P network or Pajacyk started trading in stolen soft.

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He also does not deal with social networking sites or portals – single cases of breaking the regulations or the law (e.g. an avatar prepared from a photo to which the person posting had no rights) are not a threat to these entities. They should be afraid of the smaller ones and those operating in very competitive niches, which leads to tightening the shadow economy and bending regulations.

On the other hand, many websites that make up particular categories are part of a “group” from which a given portal then builds its reach. We remember the case of Interia and its service with regulations . Nevertheless, as I wrote above, cases of obvious violations of the law among social networking and social networking sites are less frequent.

Barely legal porn Category “Culture and Entertainment”:
Torrenty.org – if a massive attack on P2P sites by lawyers begins, such sites will also be cut off or forced on hosting companies that host humiliating translations.
Tekstowo.pl – because copy + paste is simple, such websites appear and disappear en masse – but what if you can prove that they do not work in accordance with the law? If websites with movie subtitles were closed on the pretext that “the translation is also subject to copyright”, how can a website that publishes (and earns on advertising) defend itself only someone’s works to which someone can claim rights?

Barely legal porn “Communities” category:
Peb.pl – a sure-fire candidate for several processes. Several film and record companies will probably think (and win) for a long time for its unique “content”. It is a pity that Chomikuj.pl is not in this category – my next candidate for lawsuits and damages. Gentlemen, lawyers – nobody wants to earn money by suing them? Guaranteed victory and the festival and the money …

Category “New Technologies”
Pobieraczek.pl – a sure candidate for closure (right after Chomikuj.pl) because in his case 80% -90% of resources are pirated. Cleaning and leaving only what is legal is death for such a service. In addition, the regulations, which impose fees (a standard legal trick, the so-called “small print”) from unaware users, are suitable for the Consumer Ombudsman or the Citizen’s Rights Ombudsman (but this is probably not enough media coverage for our beloved professor Kochanowski – he prefers to hit women )

Barely legal porn Category “Information, Journalism, Media”:
> It is difficult to indicate here who can lose. Probably the portals will get some (they will have to give the sources, summarize and not cite 90% of the articles, etc.). The first swallows are definitely here. Infor Biznes sued and won forcing articles to be withdrawn from sites that copied the content. Who next will want to judge? May as many people as possible.

Barely legal porn Category “Lifestyle”:
> When I see another website, whether it is “gossip” or “lifestyle” with articles and photos, I wonder if there is really a niche “publisher” (up to 100-200k UU) to pay for all these texts and photos what do they publish? A few times I even wanted to send an e-mail with a question to the “editor-in-chief” with a request to explain on what basis they “reprint” photos from TMZ’s blog or others, but I let go 🙂 I do not accuse any website – you can always explain that “we bought the photos from of a small photo agency and the texts are written by befriended bloggers ”. Yeah….

Barely legal porn Category “Education”:
> here, too, the corpse can pay for the “articles” prepared with the help of “cooperating volunteers” who copy numerous studies, brochures, charts from one place, creating “new” studies, which are then copied by “experienced editors “from the competing website. Ah yes, fly over these websites and their “studies” with such software to detect “similarities” in texts …

The “Sport” category:
> similarly to the “education” category, the number of websites copying from each other, from oneself and through oneself was created a long time ago. After all, the easiest way is to pretend to watch all Ekstraklasa matches by yourself, record the results, create statistics and descriptions of matches. Interviews, tables and even photos easily move between websites in the “sport” category. I will not give any name – the one who from the industry knows who is guiding the texts to whom and who is copying from whom 🙂

Category “Automotive”:
> similar to “lifestyles” or “sports” – the vast majority of texts are not published with the consent of, for example, the owner of the photos (such as a car manufacturer), who may not wish to provide bad PR information about his car illustrating it with a photo from his materials. Really, these “young journalists, bloggers” are invited to test cars of 100-200 thousand zlotys. PLN? Gentlemen from the car industry – you can get a bit of a break from chasing and suing little ones! Advertisements and their presentation are another example of problems. Wroom and Adreso can be an example of such a conflict …

Category “Tourism”:
> in this case, the industry is digging a little under the table. The multitude of offers and intermediaries means that the creation of “vacuum cleaners”, which (similarly to the advertising industry) suck up everything that is in Polish and publish it as “our unique offer”.

Category “Erotica”:
> Unbelievable compilation of websites, which in 99% do not exist if someone wanted to follow their content and claim rights to them before the courts. Such RedTube, Tank.com or Pornotuba are aggregators of photos and videos to which they do not have rights and they use them commercially (for example by illuminating advertisements next to them or allowing them to watch more in exchange for purchasing a “subscription” in the form of Premium SMS). I am really surprised that no Western film company has started a media crusade with a bunch of lawyers in reserve – seeing the declining profits of the porn industry (of course the Internet to blame) they should better protect their rights.

A cursory glance at Polish websites shows that if a law is introduced that takes better care of producers and their work, and if we consistently enforce it, it will turn out that the establishment of another “website for women”, “social network for car fans” or “website with series for downloading “based on stolen content from competitors will be very difficult.

We should remember that by tolerating websites whose content is based and benefiting from the dissemination of content to which they do not have rights, we work badly for our own businesses – a low entry barrier for such a “real estate website” with a busy database of advertisements makes it very difficult to compete with a thief. difficult, expensive and not always profitable in the final settlement.

As the owner of one of the news sites told me recently – “I have been investing in the editorial office, journalists and photography for several years. a minute after publishing my interview with VIP, which cost a lot of time and effort, the same interview with the same photo shows and shines around it with ads from about 10 other websites, including a few spamblogs. Fighting them is struggling in the courts for several years in order to make the shit turn off the server. The day after the verdict, he will start another 10, 20, 100 similar spam blogs. And what can I do to him? Thread.”

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