Re: One of the most interesting things is when you think about what bitcoin actually, physically, literally 'is'
So, step back and think about that for a moment. How can a government make it illegal to store an arbitrary number in an arbitrary database?
Probably easy for governments like that in Germany whose parlimant enacted a law that forbids copying databases someone else compiled, even if they only contain factual information like soccer results.
No, that was the original idea derived from a verdict by Germany's High Court (civil) BGH concerning music samples that the German band Kraftwerk sued others over. Not a single sample like a 'clang' can be used without permission.
If only. BILD managed to get the crazy court of Hamburg to forbid anyone to tell people how to bypass their site's anti adblocker. This will likely be tested in other courts but the question remains why people would go to read their crap in the first place.
which of course he doubled down on with even more stupidity when the backlash came. Also, the Telekom CEO just publicly mused about the fairness (!) of taking a small percentage of any startup's revenue daring to use "his" lines.
So, if net neutrality is a myth, why doesn't Coca Cola have to pay the water utilities a premium when turning "their" water into something more valuable?
It's always funny to see you idiot trying your best to make an ass out your self. BTW, whos to blame? The terrorist or the idiots getting paranoid?
I also see you gladly used the debunked flawed anology of just because some morons posts their debauchery pics on Facebook VOLUNTARILY, people just have to be fine to be spied upon by a vindictive government.