The Daily News, Jacksonville NC, publication date: 02 Mary 2005
"The trouble is, this is about rapidly evolving technology, and using the law to prevent unauthorized copying is a blunt instrument that is seldom very effective. Furthermore, the MPAA has a terrible track record when it comes to new technologies. For instance, it used political influence to try to strangle both television and VCRs in their cribs.It will take years, perhaps decades, to sort through intellectual property issues in the digital age. Copyright laws were developed about 100 years after the invention of the printing press. Expanding existing law to new technologies, as this law does, is unlikely to be satisfactory."