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Comment: Who leaps out? (Score 1) 302

by brianwells (#33837562) Attached to: French ISP Refuses To Send Out Infringement Notices

BEDEMIR: Well, now, uh, Launcelot, Galahad, and I wait until nightfall,
            and then leap out of the rabbit, taking the French by surprise --
            not only by surprise, but totally unarmed!
    ARTHUR: Who leaps out?
    BEDEMIR: Uh, Launcelot, Galahad, and I. Uh, leap out of the rabbit, uh
            and uh....
    ARTHUR: Oh....

Comment: Can't even visit this page at work... (Score 1) 591

by brianwells (#33788900) Attached to: Bittorrent To Replace Standard Downloads?

The page has been blocked because the content has been deemed unsuitable or harmful to your computer.

Reason: This category is filtered: Peer to Peer.

That is why Bittorrent will never replace standard downloads - the average home user will be able to get to them fine, but the corporate users will be locked out.


+ - BSA Looks To Members For Anti-Piracy Technology->

Submitted by brianwells
brianwells (809913) writes "An article on CNN indicates that with the apparent success of Microsoft's Genuine Software Initiative, the BSA is looking for its other members to come up with similar ways to prevent copying. Robert Holleyman, head of the BSA, is quoted as saying that he expects such technology to be "a tool that is customer-friendly, that will reduce levels of piracy ... and make it easier for customers to interact with the product." It looks like all proprietary software may be spying on us in the future! Perhaps now is a good time to think about switching to open-source software if you have not already done so?"
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