Interestingly, Baroness Neville-Rolfe is well connected in the corporate world; before stepping into Parliament she was Tesco's Company Secretary and Director of Group Corporate Affairs. Her responsibilities also included government lobbying.
She recently voted against amendments to the Modern Slavery Bill that would protect victims.
Industry groups will no doubt point to subscription services such as Spotify and Netflix as evidence that the entertainment industries are trying to offer just such methods, however those who only wish to access free content will never subscribe to any legal service, no matter how cheap or convenient. It's time for Hollywood to adapt or die.
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