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David Wilson Jun 09, 2005, 12:19pm EDT Report Abuse


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SiB Jun 09, 2005, 02:37pm EDT Report Abuse
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Karras Schaff Jun 09, 2005, 02:39pm EDT Report Abuse
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You are the type of person that they are trying to stop. You think you should be able to steal media (test it). Sander was saying you should have a right to back up your own propery after you legitimately purchase it. Which I completely agree with. But stealing because you think the prices are too high is not what Sander was saying at all. People (pirates) like you allow these industries to have a scapegoat for their greed. They say they need to protect their wallets from your piracy. Get a clue.

SiB Jun 09, 2005, 02:55pm EDT Report Abuse
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Sorry If you thought I ment steal, I don't agree with stealing. But I was just saying the story of cd's such as why people do download as the songs insted of buying cd's as the amount of audio has been reduced on cd's and dvd's, I just said that why people do it as they can make a profit as they are expenise and that I do buy games etc but i totally disagree with buying a game and then paying extra I dont mind if you buy the game and don't pay extra or download the game for free of the consumer like EA or whatever the company is and then you burn to cd and just pay for using the game online. I don't agree with buying and then buyin extra thats all.

David Wilson Jun 09, 2005, 02:57pm EDT Report Abuse
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Andrew F Jun 09, 2005, 03:26pm EDT Report Abuse
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Steve S Jun 09, 2005, 04:13pm EDT Report Abuse
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The people the authorities should be after are the guys who sell the dodgy DVDs/CDs by the '000s at markets, car boots, street corners etc. They are the bad boys. Not some poor so and so who spends their hard earned on IT stuff (supporting the hardware industry) and original music and video and then uses his PC to back up...and to be fair this is how its worked...so far at least!

I'm not a pessimist. I'm just optimistically challenged.


 

    
 
 

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