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"Today is about taking time out of your usual routine to speak out in favour 
of a DRM-free society. We do not have to accept a future where our 
interactions with computers and published works are monitored and controlled 
by corporations or governments."

http://www.defectivebydesign.org/dayagainstdrm2010

Have a good one. ;)
Attila, The Freetard from Hell

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Reply Attila 5/4/2010 5:22:59 AM

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On Tue, 04 May 2010 07:22:59 +0200, Attila wrote:

> "Today is about taking time out of your usual routine to speak out in favour 
> of a DRM-free society. We do not have to accept a future where our 
> interactions with computers and published works are monitored and controlled 
> by corporations or governments."
> 
> http://www.defectivebydesign.org/dayagainstdrm2010
> 
> Have a good one. ;)
> Attila, The Freetard from Hell

Translation: You cheap OSS vermin don't like having to pay for
things.
Tough luck.
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Reply Moshe 5/4/2010 7:40:41 AM

Moshe wrote:

> On Tue, 04 May 2010 07:22:59 +0200, Attila wrote:
> 
>> "Today is about taking time out of your usual routine to speak out in
>> favour of a DRM-free society. We do not have to accept a future where
>> our interactions with computers and published works are monitored and
>> controlled by corporations or governments."
>> 
>> http://www.defectivebydesign.org/dayagainstdrm2010
>> 
>> Have a good one. ;)
>> Attila, The Freetard from Hell
> 
> Translation: You cheap OSS vermin don't like having to pay for
> things.
> Tough luck.

Oh, I will pay for things. *If* they are mine afterwards. I will not buy 
things where someone tells me on what devices I can use it. Or not

I stopped buying CDs nearly completely the day I could not play a CD in my 
car stereo. Copy proteced CDs have *cost* the music industry in my case 
(and I am certain not just in mine) in lots of lost sales

For the same reason I will not buy a blueray player in the foreseeable 
future. It has DRM and will limit how I can play the disc I actually paid 
for.

No way

Leave it to the thieves like flatfish that the industry felt the need to 
introduce measures which ultimately inconvenience only the paying 
customers
-- 
You're not my type.  For that matter, you're not even my species

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Reply Peter 5/4/2010 9:28:13 AM

Attila <jdkaye10@gmail.com> writes:

> "Today is about taking time out of your usual routine to speak out in favour 
> of a DRM-free society. We do not have to accept a future where our 
> interactions with computers and published works are monitored and controlled 
> by corporations or governments."
>
> http://www.defectivebydesign.org/dayagainstdrm2010
>
> Have a good one. ;)
> Attila, The Freetard from Hell

DRM protects people from Freetards stealing their work and not paying.

It has its place if it does not overly impinge the legitimate purchaser.

In the same way I am not insulted by showing my cinema or train ticket I
am not insulted by being asked to prove I purchased SW.

Why are you? Oh. Silly me.
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Reply Hadron 5/4/2010 11:37:38 AM

On Tue, 04 May 2010 13:37:38 +0200, Hadron wrote:

> Attila <jdkaye10@gmail.com> writes:
> 
>> "Today is about taking time out of your usual routine to speak out in
>> favour of a DRM-free society. We do not have to accept a future where
>> our interactions with computers and published works are monitored and
>> controlled by corporations or governments."
>>
>> http://www.defectivebydesign.org/dayagainstdrm2010
>>
>> Have a good one. ;)
>> Attila, The Freetard from Hell
> 
> DRM protects people from Freetards stealing their work and not paying.

Look, it is Hadron the Bigot. Companies try to prevent unauthorized 
copying/playing (or stealing) media with DRM. It doesn't work very well. 
Never has.

> 
> It has its place if it does not overly impinge the legitimate purchaser.

Which it does.

> 
> In the same way I am not insulted by showing my cinema or train ticket I
> am not insulted by being asked to prove I purchased SW.
> 
> Why are you? Oh. Silly me.


At least you realize you are silly.

-- 
Rick
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