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Comment: Re:sigh (Score 1) 266

by Ilex (#34921888) Attached to: IT Management Always Blames the Worker Bees

Once again, an anti-anti-piracy screed misunderstands what a "customer" is. A "customer" buys something. The guy who sneaks into your bookstore with a portable scanner and makes a copy of a book and leaves without buying anything isn't a "customer."

Playing devils advocate. What if they buy the book scan and OCR the text then upload the text for everybody to share. Are they still a customer? Do you still sue?

Comment: Re:Economy Class (Score 1) 365

by Ilex (#32291886) Attached to: I usually fly...

Emirates also has some pretty hot stewardesses.

I second this. For some reason their flights seem to arrive at the same time as mine and they have some smoking hot "hostesses"

I hope that's not because they're all suicide bombers. I'm due to fly with them late this year.

PlayStation (Games)

Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 Confirmed For the PS3, 360 83

Posted by Soulskill
from the hey-why-not dept.
RyuuzakiTetsuya writes "According to Kotaku, Marvel vs. Capcom 2 is making its way to the PS3 and the Xbox 360. It's based on the Dreamcast code, and it includes Online play and widescreen support. A demo will be available Thursday on the Playstation Network, and the full game will retail for $15 on each of the respective online services. A gameplay trailer is available as well."
Media

+ - MediaDefender Leaks Saga : unexpected outcomes-> 4

Submitted by ShakaZ
ShakaZ (1002825) writes "Following the leaks of all the internal emails and later the source code of all the anti-p2p software of MediaDefender, the boss and an employee of the company have been arrested by the LA police. They are charged for illegal uploading with intent to deceive, bandwidth theft, and grievous misrepresentation.
More handcuffs there : http://www.p2pnet.net/story/13397

Due to the released emails, ThePirateBay have proof of infrastructural sabotage, denial of service attacks, hacking and spamming, for which they filed a complaint to the Swedish police. 10 companies of the music, movie and gaming industries are listed in the complaint.
More pirates here : http://thepiratebay.org/blog"

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