Google announced the availability of Nexus 7 outside the US, mainly in the English speaking markets such as UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. Google also enhanced its content portfolio on Google Play Store and added movies, magazines and TV shows categories.
It was believed that Google eventually bring such content to Android users outside the US. We are sorry to break your hearts. Due to copyright issues, even if Nexus 7 will be available outside the US, you won't be able to access movies, music, TV shows and magazines via Google Play if you are not living in the US, reports The Inquirer.
Who Is To Blame
The failure of publishers, movie studios and music labels to evolve with time and technology is one of the reasons people try to download music in unauthorised manner as they want to access the content immediately in this globalized world. Instead of signing deals like ACTA or SOPA, the content industry must work on offering their content across the globe at a competitive price. This single blow will bring an end to the piracy for ever.
However, we can only hope that Google will work with the content industry to take their content to the larger markets.