This is me. My total Comcast bill is lower with internet+basic cable than with internet alone, so I get basic cable. But I haven't even hooked the converter box up. I'm a "cord cutter" in that I don't watch cable TV, but I'm not a "cord cutter" in their statistics.
Jeffry Houser is correct. This was the Big Lie of the forced inclusion of DRM support in HTML5. DRM still requires you to install a plugin, just like it always has before. The only real difference is that they don't call it a plugin anymore.
Re: Re: Re: Re: Oh, but you want to be called a "writer" instead of "Google flack"
Even aside from that, lots of people here (most, I would guess) don't engage in piracy even in the sense that he used the term. We don't even have to argue semantics: he's just full of shit from the outset.
Here's the funny thing: I originally believed that DotCom was probably guilty as hell, but everything the US government has said and done about this case has changed my mind and convinced me that he's probably innocent.
That it is even possible to file a court case against inanimate objects is a strong indication that the legal system is not just broken, but fundamentally corrupt and insane and is not worthy of any amount of respect.