They should get real and offer licenses to people at prices in line with their country's per capita income, it'd be easier and more efective than forcing legitimete users to go through annoying and sometimes crippling processes.
Games are not movies, You want them liying in your hard drive waiting for you to go back go on with the story. This is just a marketing ploy and astroturfing to make people believe that people are ok with this, and I really don't think they aren't going to really cut the prices.
I think this kind of move where you get pushed and forced to do the big companies bidding will only lead, as it always have, to increase piracy.
People is not going to let themselves be pushed around with unfair charges and conditions and countermeasures are more at hand than ever.
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Number two,it's not a standard [HTML] . The way I say it's not a standard is if you take any of the most popular web browsers and point them at a specific HTML page, they'll all produce different results.
This is not because HTML is not a standard i'ts that some browser makers don't care to support it because (their marketing prople think) they can get more economical benefit from nor doing it, just like this guys pontificate about the stuff they create as being the most wonderfulest when it's so blatantly obvious they're primarily motivated by the profitability not the quality or the accessibility, for them standards are good as long as they're the ones ho make it. They could as well be working at apple and give the exact same answers, just replace one trademark for another.
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it's for URBAN areas where people already crap in plastic bags and throw them helicopter style, this addresses the sanitation/disease problem.