- 1 month ago (Updated 21 days ago at 16:06)
- Alexander Goddard
According to Elon Musk’s latest tweet, the proliferation of streaming offers could lead to an increase in piracy. An observation is certainly verifiable but we can do no more.
Elon Musk evaluates the world of streaming
Elon Musk is active on social networks, especially Twitter. He often responds to customers who own Tesla or to comment on such an issue. The latest concern is the decision by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, whom he considers unacceptable in the Freedom vehicle.
Yesterday, Musk broke a new tweet that is sure to get people responding. In its publication, we find the legendary meme (attention-grabbing lover) you have seen at least once in your life, which has been gaining popularity since the summer of 2017. Of these, streaming platforms like Netflix, Prime Video, Disney +, and Paramount + … seem to have been ignored for piracy.
As you know, with the democratization of video streaming platforms, piracy has lost its luster in recent years, and it is no longer displeasing to the creators of movies and serials. Recently, more and more of them are getting deeper, which is causing customers to become frustrated and return to piracy sites.
Of course, if you want to subscribe to all the services, the bill will boil down quickly. As a result of the accounts, a good number of users choose to pay for one or two services, but instead, they illegally download the contents of others. So Musk’s photo, excessive service eliminates the service.
Entertainment is becoming a username / password / 2 FA nightmare pic.twitter.com/fKht3NKsho
– Elon Musk (elonmusk) February 21, 2022
The goal is an observation, not a critique. True, this can be bypassed-but not unless you’re a techie who knows what he’s doing. At the end of the story, years after the crash, piracy begins to rise again.
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