Can we please put the "distributing small-pox-ladened blankets to shivering women-folk" myth to bed, please?http://www.straightdope.com/columns/read/1088/did-whites-ever-give-native-americans-blankets- infected-with-smallpox
Ban public schools.
Nice synopsis of the article....
...because someone might turn off the Internet.
I don't necessarily disagree; I'm just saying that it's not an entirely inappropriate response.
Personally, I'm tired of the "ZOMG! Terrorism!" response any time a citizen is concerned about their privacy and freedoms.
If a stranger comes up and asks me if I live locally, I don't answer yes or no, I ask in return, "why do you ask."
When I set up a firewall, I set it up in stealth mode where it doesn't respond at all unless it's traffic I've authorized.
So this response is actually appropriate from the point of view of the NSA.
...but am I paranoid ENOUGH?
Keep calm... and encrypt your transmissions.
"If there's a photograph up online of me, I own it."
A scumbag who misrepresents patent law in order to shake down consumers would misrepresent copyright law in order to censor criticism?!?!?
Nah. I don't believe it.
I actually just did this with Sims 2. Legally purchased the game years ago, but I lost the media during a move and needed to reinstall.
Not every download is for pirating.
Decisions have been made, and they must be justified. Being wrong is not an option.
"Argo F*ck Yourself"
They've pulled Anonymous's teeth by pre-emptively DDOS'ing their own servers.
Who DIDN'T think this was a porn name?
ppl use abvs to type fstr?
Your logic is bad, and you should feel bad.
What it's really about is not increasing sales OR reducing piracy.
It's about people in the music industry keeping their jobs.
If they were hired to fight piracy... then they'll find piracy to fight, by god.
Delusional person continues to be delusional?
You could have knocked me over with a fender.
Yo, dawg. I heard you like trademarks, so I put a trademark in your trademark so that I can brand while you brand.
Don't be a theaterd.
...to support his lawsuit against the label(s).
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