Traditional businesses should embrace technology, but often don't
TV/movie studios and record labels are fighting for their survival against an army of cyber-pirates.
This is nothing new.
The same acts and feelings of desperation have always popped up when new technologies were developed, from when VCRs and audio cassettes first allowed people to copy tapes to when radio and television beamed media into people's home so they didn't have to buy records or movie tickets any more.
And with every advance in technology the companies eventually have realized that people like the new, frequently more convenient options, and they have adapted.
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