Two super simple, crazy smart, really business intelligent, and extremely easy to implement measures against software and digital media piracy:
Availability and Price.
(For maritime anti-piracy measures, see here.)
Let me rephrase that:
High availability. Low price.
Do I have to say more? I guess I do.
So, I’m going to enjoy NOT next weeks “Crisis on Earth-X, part 4” on Netflix.
Don’t get me wrong. They don’t even have Supergirl on Netflix so that one’s not really an issue. But they do run The Flash… but only season 1 and 2 (?!?) and the Arrow but not season 6 (?!?!?!)
Even more curious. I just found “The Good Place.” It’s produced by Netflix and they only have season 1, even though half of season 2 has already aired according to IMDB. Aired where?
What are they trying to say with this?
Of course, they are telling me to go buy the other episodes somewhere else.
It’s just so childishly blatant.
I’m sorry, but I think I’d rather stop watching the whole fucking DC-universe than fall for that one. Otherwise, I’d suffer from cognitive dissonance for decades.
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