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Yay! Well slam that in your car door and collect the change Mr Law Man!
All the product designers and manufacturers of real products are going to have their products stolen and made by freeloaders at home. It will be the total and irreversible end of creativity and innovation. It must be stopped.
The assumption with little evidence that putting computers in classrooms at great expense is better than spending the money elsewhere is astounding. Just because alpha geeks enjoy "learning" with computers most people use them as a passive tool. This is not that such tools are good or bad as general consumer items but it is hard to claim that they are a miracle cure for an education system. It is about as a ludicrous claim as "Jesus Saves"
RTFL before replying buddy. They clearly claim music and media as theft.
everything from trade secrets and proprietary products and parts to movies and music and software.
So we don't need to discuss this anymore. Copyright infringement is "THEFT"
Preventing intellectual property theft is a top priority of the FBI’s cyber program. We specifically focus on the theft of trade secrets and infringements on products that can impact consumers’ health and safety, such as counterfeit aircraft, car, and electronic parts. Key to our success is linking the considerable resources and efforts of the private sector with law enforcement partners on local, state, federal, and international levels.
Sparkleshare is nice but not ready for production. The second bug report in the issue tracker has the developers/users sharing thier code by dropbox of all things ironic.
If that's the case, don't expect to be profitable for that specific business model. They need to change their business to something that will make sense.
You want the government to create a law to protect your failing open source business model?
To get your kickstarter project slashvertised? Is this ethical?
Every time an media industry probe claims to catch people via IP address there is a chorus of nyah nyah from Slashdot on how it is impossible to match IP addresses to actual offenders. However in this case the same chorus is cheering the IP Address smoking gun as solid evidence of guilt. Go figure!
And then there was the iRabbit for wiping your butt with. Came in black or white. A major disruption to the butt wiping industry of the day.
Do two scams cancel each other out?
I've tried introducing him to girls, guns and even light pornography, but he just doesn't maintain interest.
What should I do?
when I viewed this story. Conflict of interest here?
Or did they just go CORD and use a legislation man