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Comment: Re:doesn't matter (Score 1) 175

by alexo (#47566183) Attached to: Senate Bill Would Ban Most Bulk Surveillance

Unless the law will include criminal penalties it's of no value.

It's interesting how laws made to limit non-government workers *always* have the criminal penalties, and laws that are made to limit government workers always conveniently forget that part. When we start jailing people who break laws like this we'll start making headway.

This. A 1000 times this!

Comment: Re:Anybody know? (Score 1) 230

by alexo (#47557945) Attached to: Free Copy of the Sims 2 Contains SecuROM

No, SecuROM does not damage a computer in any way.

SecuROM Frequently Asked Questions

So, if the a copy of SecuRom installed on my machine does any of the things that the FAQ specifically claims it does not, can I bring charges against the company under the unlawful computer access act (or however it is called)?

Comment: Re:So... (Score 1) 424

by alexo (#47471465) Attached to: French Blogger Fined For Negative Restaurant Review

Justice cannot exist the law is so convoluted that a if a third party professional is required to help you understand it. Then it just becomes a competition to find out which professional is most cunning, rather than who is legally in the right.

If the judge is prejudiced against you for choosing not to use a lawyer, it's just a protection racket where everyone involved in law is scratching each others' backs.

Please mod parent up.

Comment: Re: Livin' in the USA (Score 1) 424

by alexo (#47468777) Attached to: French Blogger Fined For Negative Restaurant Review

isn't that exactly what happens here? the blogger had no lawyer and lost.

And that's why people hate lawyers.
They perpetuate a system that requires you to purchase justice. The more you pay, the more you get.
The actual facts and circumstances do not matter.

''Henry VI,'' Part II, act IV, Scene II, Line 73

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