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This Anti-Piracy Scare Campaign Is Bullshit

Back in August, Creative Content Australia (CCA) launched their ‘Price of Piracy’ campaign, which aims to shed light on the issue of using torrent and streaming websites to illegally access content. Specifically, it wants to highlight the inherent risk users put themselves in when accessing these sites. This campaign is the biggest anti-piracy push in Australia's history - but are scare ca
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