Not at all, the rest of the post is simply behind the Murdoch paywall.
All of the above systems have their pro's and their con's, but to my knowledge there are very few modern legal systems where you would expect everything you need to know to be located in the actual legal text of the law in questions.
Who is the CEO of Kaspersky to claim authority on these issues? Why does he feel entitled to to be in a position to even make suggestions, affecting basically the entire human population?
i don't own a single game console. the only game i play is spring rts which is a brillant free rts.
What do you do when you have friends over and you want to play a round of video games? Or do all your friends own laptops and carry them everywhere?
3rd parties are the only way you'll get fresh air in that stale room
There are games for Wii published by third-party major labels. It's just that third parties do an absolutely fecal job of promoting them to players.
What this does is ensure that company's are probably punished for causing harm, but removes the incentive to sue for enormous amounts for trivial issues (or not-so-trivial issues that don't justify $X million). This system is relatively common, and it always surprised me that people find it reasonable that the amount of damages awarded should be relative to the offenders ability to pay - Not primarily the crime itself.