wompa writes: From the KB entry: McAfee is aware of a w32/wecorl.a false positive with the 5958 DAT file that was released on April 21, 2010. Blue screen or DCOM error, followed by shutdown messages after updating to the 5958 DAT on April 21, 2010.
from the got-lost-in-his-own-museum dept.
A. Smith writes "Ars Technica is exploring the relationship between property rights and copyright, arguing that copyright holders are making a mistake by stressing similarities between property rights and copyright. They compare P2P users to 18th-century squatters in North America: 'Like squatters of old, many ordinary users find copyright law bewildering and are frustrated by the arbitrary restrictions it imposes. Customers wanting to rip their DVD collections to their computers, download music they can play on any device, or incorporate copyrighted works into original creative works find that there is no straightforward, legal way to do these things.' They conclude by offering that more reasonable, understandable copyright restrictions would result in a user base friendlier to publisher interests."