Back when I used to be able to stream Netflix (I since changed my account to the 3 DVDs at a time plan instead), I gave Silverlight a try. After Silverlight was installed, my video capture device with WinDVR suddenly stopped working. Suspecting Silverlight was the culprit, I set up the video capture device on a test box, and verified that it worked. Then I installed Silverlight there, and sure enough, no more video capture capability. Removed Silverlight and eradicated all traces of it from the system, and my hardware was once again working properly.
That was when I invoked the hardware owner's right. The ability for any publisher's software to run on hardware that I own is a privilege, not a right. If your product interferes with the rightful and proper operation of my property, then its privilege to exist on my system is revoked permanently.
Do not fuck with my hardware or any other software that I have installed, or you will not be permitted to run on any systems under my control, and word of your dipshittery will be passed on to others, so that they can be made aware that your software is malware.