you insensitive clods!
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needs to be completely destroyed. All they do is push plastic (disks and artists) and sue the little guy. I hope each of the lawyers on the RIAA's side, as well as the leadership of the RIAA have THEIR lives summarily ruined somehow.
Let's see some others follow suit.
Missing Sync works pretty well. I've been managing 10 centros on leopard for quite a while with few issues.
which lead to Microsoft wanting to crush Netscape at all costs (successfully).
Of course back then Google wasn't Google as we now know it...
...Hours will have passed!
Wish I had mod points.
You don't have to partake of government provided water or use government provided sanitation either, but your taxes still pay for it. Likewise you don't have to ride public transportation or call the cops or firemen in case of emergency. Your taxes still pay for it.
Municipalities have always purchased what they think they need. The Coercion argument is a straw man.
The WSJ article is opinion, and is leaving out the fact that the monopolies will not be broken without government interference.
How is this flamebait? The article is an opinion piece, this is a counter opinion.