Navajo Nation considering CD/DVD anti-piracy legislation
Then, they hock their goods for low prices relying upon the volume of sales to thicken their wallets.
In the United States and abroad, the copy and sale of films and music is illegal and protected by copyright laws. But on the Navajo Nation (as well as numerous other reservations across North America) no such laws exist. Thus, the door is open for individuals to duplicate and sell the movies and music of others.