Ready for mediAgoraJack Rusher:
Suggestions presented by non-technical persons typically hinge on central control and accounting of the public Internet. The Internet was designed in such a way as to make this entirely unpracticable. Central planning is not a robust solution to these, or most other, problems.
The survival of the unit sale mechanism depends upon the creation of a robust micropayment system that will provide the market lubrication necessary to reduce the cost of legal acquisition until cheating is more effort than it%u2019s worth. There will, of course, still be piracy in that future, but it will be lost in the noise of commerce.
Posted 12:14 AM by Kevin Marks