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Comment Re:How it all works (Score 1) 701

I can see were my analogy would be off in that sense. But in all reality, developing something that can violate the rules, EULA, etc etc isn't necessarily wrong, unless you actually use it to break them. Just like those new "Glass Knuckles" Brass knuckle style fighting tool, made from Lexan. It's not illegal to produce them (and at the moment is not illegal to own) but like brass knuckles they are still going to be made, and people will still get ahold of them. Against the rules to use? Yes. Against the rules to make? No.

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