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Es bastante fácil de entender si uno realmente quiere. Telefónica vende sus redes para k la gente pueda acceder a los contenidos. A partir del momento k la gente tiene k pagar para los contenidos, entonces puede hacer lo por la vía directa sin la necesidad de pasar por telefónica. Eso es la razón porque no habrá ley Sinde por parte de los ISP.

(U.S.-based Motion Picture Association of America) esta hasta los hueves de la actitud de la telefónica, ya que tener k pasar una ley anti-piratería por la institución política resulta mucho más difícil k hacer la por los ISP. Además no pueden proponer contenidos legales (gratis) a telefónica ya k representan una industria k tiene varios intereses y k quiere vender cada contrato uno por uno, para sacar el máximo provecho posible.

En otras palabras los que quieran ver series americanas tendrán k esperar k pasen por el “plus” o tendrán k pagar las a los “proveedores” de internet. Esto es un “business” y al final pierde el pequeño.


Vos dejo con el extracto de las reunionés de los diferentes partidos para k vos podéis echar una idea.


¶3. (SBU) As might be expected, the parties have approached

the negotiations from vastly different perspectives. Redtel,

whose members represent four major telecommunications

companies – TELEFONICA, Vodaphone, ONO, and Orange – is

mostly interested in the “business model” aspects of the

agreement, in which content providers would agree to make

some content available online, which the ISPs could market.

This poses a problem for the U.S.-based Motion Picture

Association of America (MPAA – perhaps the most influential

Coalition member), which argues that it can agree to general

statements about the desirability of online legal content but

cannot, for U.S. anti-trust reasons, enter into business

negotiations with Redtel on behalf of its members, which are

individually considering online distribution deals.


¶9. (SBU) This impasse offers the government an opportunity

to exercise leadership, but it remains unclear whether the

government will work actively to help the parties overcome

their differences, or propose a solution of its own, or take

no action. One school of thought is that the government

would like to defer this issue until after European

Parliament elections in June. Coalition members are hopeful

that anti-piracy legislation will pass soon in France, possibly influencing the calculations of Redtel and the

government. Post will use our upcoming meeting to inform the

GOS of its Special 301 status to emphasize the importance we

attach to GOS action. End Comment.



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