Acting on the urging of a coalition of comic book publishers, the FBI has shut down pirate comic book site Htmlcomics.com. Among internet pirate fans, Htmlcomics was especially notorious; the site offered 6,630,021 pages of more than 5,700 scanned comics, which were available for unrestricted reading. The quality of some of the older books such as "Act
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Screen captures, man. Aren't they just the dickens? According to an article by Comic Book Resources' JK Parkin, Apple's iPad makes the rascally practice of capturing images easy and it could possibly help streamline digital piracy for those with the inclination to do so.
It's good information for readers and publishers to have, but the tech isn't inherently
When it comes to the issue of digital piracy, the comics crowd can seem to be relatively...unengaged. There are vocal opponents, sure, but it's mostly a culture inhabited by some quiet supporters and apathetics, if you will, who seemingly circumvent anything resembling an ethical dilemma by buying/pirating comics on whims of convenience