I meant, why would Redbox not just ignore them? People will, of course, see films they like, but it seems to me that a business such as Redbox (or Netflix in another case) is just cutting its overall margin for the sake of promoting an antagonistic supplier's material.
I would like to beat the holiday rush here and formally request that the tax department forget me.
I understand that failure to delete any information relating to me entitles me to 1%of the country's revenue; I'll accept gold as payment in order to prevent any further infractions that may occur via the issuance of a cheque.
The fix is quite simple, but will never be implemented.
Just provide each registered candidate with a campaign budget for the election (to come from the federal elections department, whatever the US version is called). No external funding permitted.
If candidates want to pool their money for a party campaign, fine, but no external funds.
Then, and this is the really hard part, make any bribery(offering, soliciting, accepting) a really SERIOUS criminal offence, on the order of a 10-year minimum prison sentence and all personal assets seized.
If Canada Border Services Agency (formerly Canada Customs) or the RCMP (formerly a respectable police force) wish to view the contents of my laptop and bypass the password to do so, will they be guilty of a criminal offense under this new act?
Will I be able to launch a civil suit for damages caused by this wanton act of DRM circumvention?