100 Poster Size photos of Kelly Hall by Leon Rousseau
Added February 24, 2012
Proponents of file-sharing would have you believe it's about the big bad greedy corporations against the poor little guy. But what about the small-time creator who can't afford to create a movie, song, program, or photograph because his work is being stolen and shared without making him a dime? And who suffers more? The media giants and big production companies who can afford to take some losses or the little creator who cannot? And what about the huge internet corporations that makes billions by facilitating file-sharing and defending copyright infringement? [You know who they are.] Who makes more pure profits? The production companies with billions in expenses and declining profits? Or the file-sharing websites who pay nothing for their stolen content and enjoy unrestricted profits? It's just bizarre to us that hundreds of millions of people keep putting down little producers [like us] for the "greed" of fighting for their copyrights while they praise huge internet corporations who make billions violating those copyrights. Why would so many people prefer big corporations who make money from stolen art over those who produce that art? And why would they prefer the poor little guy who steals movies and music over the poor little guy who produces them? Do you?