So in most cases, when i read about bad bugs in Linux it's 'old news'.
(Blatantly ignoring the six years it took to actually get the fix into the kernel this time)
If those numbers were even close to be real they would have managed to stop piracy long ago. I mean, who in their right mind will sit and idly watching billion after billion trickling out of their wallet and all they manage to come up with is some bizarre DRM schemes that never works. One would think that with such amount of money involved investing more in stopping piracy should be well worth it. Say a billion dollars or so.
It's all BS. We know it and they know it.
Stupid website spreading its content over 10 pages to force people all ads ten times.
Click the "Print this" link. A nice, clean, single page.
And I also know that these guys are assholes who will look for any excuse to claim victory. I am wondering how many of them were actually confused, and how many of them were claiming standard procedure, while clinging to the numbers that gave them the outcome they wanted.
It is not best to swap horses while crossing the river. -- Abraham Lincoln