Is 'Pirate DRM' Really the Best Response to Bulk DMCA Takedowns?

Is 'Pirate DRM' Really the Best Response to Bulk DMCA Takedowns?

torrentfreak.com
New The file-sharing world is a multi-headed beast but not just in the traditional ‘hydra’ sense. The most visible elements are the public torrent sites like The Pirate Bay, KickassTorrents and any of the others from the current Top 10. Generally (censorship efforts aside) these sites can be accessed by just...
Is 'Pirate DRM' Really the Best Response to Bulk DMCA Takedowns?
                                       

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