I don't really know what the ufc should do to prevent piracy. The only things that come to mind are to add extra incentives for buying cards or lowering the prices, which I don't think they will do.
Last edited by initial_zen; 05-02-2014 at 03:20 AM.
At the the price point they charge for PPV's they'll never stop piracy like you said the only way they'll see it decrease is with a drastic reduce in price or an entirely different package that makes it worth paying for. Cuttng back on the number of PPV's and stacking the cards would possibly help. Better cards less frequently would make them worth the price and fits better into a lot of people's budgets easier tho spend 60 bucks every couple months instead of at least once every 4 weeks. Wouldn't be entirely successful in eliminating piracy losses, but if they were able to pull in more viewers on Fox they could go the route of having more shows there and gain the ad revenue there as well
Last edited by initial_zen; 05-04-2014 at 09:39 PM.
Bandcamp. I have the option to download albums in FLAC and I don't have to put shitty software on my computer.
I would be willing to bet not too many musicians would give a shit if you were to tape one of their songs off the radio to a cassette tape, which would be about the equivalent quality of a stream.
Lowering the prices or increasing the quality of the product you get for you 60$ is the only way to decrease illegal streams and piracy.
The law is not an effective deterrent in most cases.
With all that said and before anyways loses their shit, yes, piracy is illegal.
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