True, but you can't use those files on an Android, which is why I look for second hand DVDs instead. One look at the back of the case tells me whether or not the film is accessible, and I don't have to chance it on YouTube.
The New Orleans Police Department worked hard to secure critical infrastructure, going so far as to show up in civilian clothes, armed with unapproved weapons. You know, it wouldn't have surprised me if that had instead led to the greatest amount of LEOs killed at one time by civilians as people sought to protect themselves from these 'looters'.
No wonder they can't compete with peer-to-peer, and no wonder all sorts of indie material is utilizing peer-to-peer as a distro model. Peer-to-peer tends not to have subtitles even on professionally produced works, which is why I scour second hand market stalls in preference to purchasing indie films from the Internet. (I'm not deaf, I have auditory processing issues.)
Other obvious demands are included, all aimed at preventing the leak or physical theft of studio goods: no portable devices with storage capabilities, no baggy clothes, and employees' meals must be brought to work in transparent bags. Good job I don't work for Amazon, since doing could require that I be decapitated. ;)
One could think we have six million reasons to be happy [...] It could also be said that you've given other game publishers six million reasons to quit borking titles with Digital Restrictions Malware. ;)
Yea, tar baby. Literate people with even a modicum of education know exactly what I'm referring to. Not necessarily. I got lucky and had access to the Enid Blyton rewrites, but not everyone has access even to those in my generation because of the increasing amount of works that are out of print, and nobody can google something they've never heard of.
Re: Re: Re: Re: "What are you going to do, stop buying? Don't make us laugh."
I had a party in the past with Sonic shots and Eggman-nog; Sega never got on my case. The fact is that if you market something with broad appeal, then you can expect unanticipated uses of your IP. That doesn't make such uses infringing just because "Think of the children!" so your appeal to morals is a strawman which fails.