The case against Napster was ostensibly about copyright infringement. But IMHO it was really about the legacy US music recording cartel, defending their oligopoly power against the threats of decentralized distribution:
The case against LBRY is ostensibly about unregistered securities. But IMHO it's really about the legacy US datafarm cartel, defending their oligopoly power against the threat of decentralized streaming apps.
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