The inside story on how Harry Potter Book Six was scanned, OCR’d and released to the internet 18 hours after the book hit shelves.
Hindi movie titles released at less than $1 apiece – legally – demonstrating how piracy has created price pressure and how distributors are now trying to release product at prices below pirated prices. Via Sunil…
Oxfam calculates the cost of armed conflict in Africa at minimum at $300 billion since 1990, and places the blame squarely on the arms trade, which makes small-arms conflicts within and between states possible
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This reminds me of Google’s decision to “enter china” it disappointed many. But it seems there is little pro-active action that can be done. I think many are just waiting for increasing wealth, and western values to slowly break down the Great Firewall of China.