That's the long and short of it, really. Labor was opposed to ISDS provision in trade agreements, but the recently-elected Coalition, who have embraced the "the free market can do no wrong" ideology, doesn't care.
The new government's policies have been nothing but disaster since they came into power.
Or they could not buy the game and simply get their fix from the demo. Seriously, dude, that's an actual problem with demoes. It's not as black and white as you make it sound. Nintendo have a legitimate reason for implementing the limit, and it's not nearly as bad as some of their other "slip-ups".
And if need to boot up a demo more than 20-30 times to figure out if you actually like the game or not, you have to be incredibly indecisive.
There are many cases where people will simply play the demo over and over and get what they want out of it instead of buying the full game. Hell, demos in general are highly problematic, especially in this day and age. Extra Credits did an episode on demos highlighting the potential problems and why making a demo for a game is an extremely risky thing, especially if the demo is either bad or mediocre.
It's not a pleasant reality, but Nintendo does have a perfectly valid reason for restricting the number of times you can start up a demo. It may not be the best solution, but all things considered, 20-30 start-ups is plenty, and if you want more than that, well, you've just made yourself an example of why it was done in the first place.
Obama is in a rock and a hard place right now, unfortunately. While it is true he could win considerable support by just killing the illegal NSA surveillance programs, he has made his position on the program quite clear, and it would be extremely difficult to walk that back without cutting deeply into what ability to govern he has left.
I'm actually surprised to see his name outside of the gaming scene. He's the frequent target of mockery among gamers, as he's a complete idiot who has no idea what he's actually talking about, whenever he's not saying anything that isn't blatantly obvious.
Nice to see that trend hasn't changed for any other field, then.
There's a discussion on this over at Sonic Retro, and there's a theory that this is the work of youtube troll(s) rather than Sega themselves, especially since the claimant is using 'sega' with no caps, which is incredibly suspicious.