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stem[stem]

An American anti-piracy bill tried to stem the global theft of intellectual property.
*stem the tide/전염병/걷잡을 수 없는 사태
[VERB] [FORMAL] If you stem something, you stop it spreading, increasing, or continuing.

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저작권이 설정된 자료에 대한 불법 복제와 공유하는 행위는 한 나라안에서도 막기 힘들어요.

Illegal copying and sharing of copyrigthed material is hard enough to stop witin a country.
*copying: 복제하는 행위

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enthusiast [ɪnθu:ziæst] 2
cf)aficionado [əfɪʃiənɑ:doʊ] 2 4

God/goodness/Heaven-knows-where/who/when

American-owned intellectual property, say, may be uploaded in one country and downloaded in a second, via a website whose computers are in a third, operated by anonymous enthusiasts from goodness-knows-where.
[NOUN] An enthusiast is a person who is very interested in a particular activity or subject and who spends a lot of time on it.
[NOUN] If someone is an aficionado of something, they like it and know a lot about it.
*I do not know; no one knows

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그 법안은, (불법 파일)중개인들을 압박함으로써 미국인들의 외국 불법 사이트 접근을 차단하는 것을 목적으로 한다.

The bill aims to cut off Americans’ access to foreign pirate websites by squeezing intermediaries.

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*pirate [paɪrət] 1

intermediary [ɪntərmi:diəri] 1 3

The bill aims to cut off Americans’ access to foreign pirate websites by squeezing intermediaries.
[ADJ] A pirate version of something is an illegal copy of it.
[NOUN] An intermediary is a person who passes messages or proposals between two people or groups.

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take down

Right-holders. such as Hollywood film studios, will be able to request that a credit-card film or advertising network stop doing business with a foerign site; or ask a search engine to take down links to the site; or ask an internet-service provider to block the site's domain name, making it harder to reach.
[VERB] to dismantle or tear down

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그러면 그 (불법 파일)중개인은 5일 안에 요구사항을 따르거나 반박해야 한다.

The intermediary then has just five days to comply or rebut the complaint.

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go to court

After that the rights-holder can go to court.
*고소하다(법의 힘을 빌리다.)

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swamp [swɒmp] 1

Critics of the bill say that takedown requests and court orders will swamp smaller firms and start-ups
[VERB] If something swamps a place or object, it fills it with water.

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smack of [smæk]

They say that blocking entire websites via their domain name smacks of censorship, and that determined downloaders will anyway find the bock easy by bypass.
[VERB] If one thing smacks of another thing that you consider bad, it reminds you of it or is like it.
*to seem to contain an unpleasant attitude or quality

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label [leɪbəl] 1

Supporting the bill are not only film studios and music labels, but also drug firms and other manufacturers.
*music label음반사

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*infringement [ɪnfrɪndʒmənt] 2

Though SOPA itself does not affect them, they have a big interest in fighting any kind of intellectual-property infringement.
[NOUN] [usu N of/on n] An infringement is an action or situation that interferes with your rights and the freedom you are entitled to.

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rebut [rɪbʌt] 2

The intermediary then has just five days to comply or rebut the complaint.
[VERB] [FORMAL] If you rebut a charge or criticism that is made against you, you give reasons why it is untrue or unacceptable.

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*deterrence [dɪtɜ:rəns] 2

Monitors struggle to distinguish the effect of deterrence from the rise of easy, cheap alternatives to piratical downloading, such as legal online music services.
[NOUN] Deterrence is the prevention of something, especially war or crime, by having something such as weapons or punishment to use as a threat.

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*wage [weɪdʒ]

But the fight against intellectual-property theft is waged hard.
[VERB] If a person, group, or country wages a campaign or a war, they start it and continue it over a period of time.

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*sprout [spraʊt]

It resembles a bit the fight against illegal drugs: clamp down in one place, and the trade sprouts elsewhere.
[VERB] When leaves, shoots, or plants sprout somewhere, they grow there.

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*hamper [hæmpər] 1

With great effort, courts have closed or hampered some big "peer-to-peer" file-sharing sites. But others spring up in their place.
법원이 엄청난 노력으로큰 P2P 파일공유 사이트들을 닫거나 차단하더라도 새로운 것들이 사라진 그 자리에 다시 생겨난다.
[VERB] If someone or something hampers you, they makes it difficult for you to do what you are trying to do.
*to appear, develop, grow, etc. quickly or suddenly

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*lax[læks]

In the eyes of righ-holders, the law seems shamefully lax.
[ADJ] If you say that a person's behaviour or a system is lax, you mean they are not careful or strict about maintaining high standards.

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jurisdiction [dʒʊərɪsdɪkʃən] 1 3

The pirates just moved thier illegal activity to looser jurisdictions, such as Sweden.
[NOUN] [LEGAL] A jurisdiction is a state or other area in which a particular court and system of laws has authority.

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이것이 최후의 보루다.

This is the last stand.

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(불법 파일)중개인들은 다른 전선(다른 나라)에서도 공격을 받고 있다.

Intermediaries are under fire on other fronts too.

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oblige [əblaɪdʒ]2

These oblige internet-service providers to shut off service from users suspected of downloading illegal files.
[VERB] To oblige someone means to be helpful to them by doing what they have asked you to do.