Obvious there are all the users that use VPN's to connect to their office networks and the arguments that only public VPN users are pirates, but what about gamers? There are a lot of gamers that use VPN's to run games that either don't work well through a NAT situation or only support LAN play and so need a VPN to make that work across a LAN.
Why the hell the BBC don't just drop the geo-location detection and switch to having an access code system that has an unlock key linked to your TV license I don't know
Actually you are buying it in Europe... The European Court of Justice ruled on July 3, 2012, that it is indeed permissible to resell software licenses even if the digital good has been downloaded directly from the Internet, and that the first-sale doctrine applied whenever software was originally sold to a customer for an unlimited amount of time, as such sale involves a transfer of ownership, thus prohibiting any software maker from preventing the resale of their software by any of their legitimate owners.
When the Doom source was released people used it to create a new update to date engine that required the original assets to play. This generates increased sales in the original.
adeelarshad82 writes "Microsoft unveiled a new wireless Xbox 360 controller, which features a revamped D-pad that transforms from a plus to a disc. The new D-pad was developed to address complaints from users. Other new features include: A, B, X, and Y buttons that are gray instead of the standard red, green, yellow, and blue; and a matte silver color. The controller includes 2.4-GHz wireless technology with a 30-foot range."