Is X (in this case the cost of implementing Denuvo) greater than Y (in this case being sales lost regardless of DRM). If true (ie. X>Y) then why are companies still putting DRM in games?
in an ideal world, we wouldn't NEED DRM, but such is life. Less ideally, would be for crackers and hackers to wait 6 months on cracking a game, that gives both the devs the initial 6 month sales rush, as well as gives time for devs to iron out bugs and such. Again, such is life.
This isn't the first time we (as a nation) have done this.
Following a decade of anti-Chinese violence starting in 1872, The Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 forbade Chinese immigrants for originally 10 years, but was renewed in 1892 and made permanent in 1902 until it was repealed in 1943.
Wasn't the 2nd amendment written SPECIFICALLY to defend against a tyrannical government? or more specifically, the law enforcement representing said government. Whether it is a modern police force, or an 18th century army regiment.
How can Republicans defend both the 2nd Amendment, AND Police tactics/Trump administration's defense of them.