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Old 30 October 2015, 06:46   #18
Code Kitten

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Originally Posted by Akira View Post
I meant, at some point in the future or in particular court cases, not now.
Ah, ok. Sorry, I misunderstood you as saying that the legal changes could be interpreted as to allow these things.

Another angle of attack would be to force copyright owners of DRM protected content to be forced to provide replacements/upgrades/transfers for broken/outdated dongle/media for the sole cost of materials to any legitimate buyer.

I am sure this would change their perspective on the issue.
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