blogging about piracy

04/7/05 at 7:04 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments

Clair Ching has also blogged about piracy, sharing her thoughts on this thorny issue.

Thanks to Clair, I found out that Ranulf Goss has a blog. Ranulf is the board chairperson of the Manila chapter of the International Game Developers Association. Here is Ranulf’s blog entry on piracy. Clair also referred me to this blog entry from monicai.

I’m glad that people are thinking about the implications of piracy and sharing their views. Whatever may be our opinion on this matter, piracy is an issue that affects us all.

So if you’ve blogged about piracy lately or would like to share your comments, just let me know.

By the way, can anyone tell me how come pirated PC CD-ROMs and other bootleg discs are still being openly sold in malls, when mall owners supposedly agreed to the Department of Trade and Industry directive not to allow their tenants to sell pirated goods?

And what was the whole point of kicking out the pirates of Virra Mall, when the vendors of pirated games just moved to the other side of Greenhills Shopping Center to Shoppesville Plus?



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  1. Well, maybe some of them are trying to circumvent some policies?

    Seriously, people can be very creative in giving excuses. Very creative.

    Re: Ranulf’s blog
    He hardly updates but I hope je would speak up more often. =)

  2. How about scheduling an interview with San Juan Mayor J.V. Ejercito re the continuing presence of bootleggers right under his very nose? I’m sure he has some answers for you.

    – Phil

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