Some points that can spoil the fun: 1. Your privacy can be invaded to prevent you from doing something illegal ("het voorkomen van strafbare feiten"). Here's the thought police. 2. They will force you, and your IT provider to decrypt everything. (So if the US get's the golden key, the Dutch government will try to get it from the providers).
Wyrm is right. The discussion is about an "integer multiple". Negative, zero, and single multiples don't make any sense in most cases. But Anonymous Coward could have a point: If the context is very mathematical you are allowed to use them, and it should have been clarified.
Bernie Saunders is not running in the GOP. So he's no problem at first. He is running for support by the democrats. He is the underdog there, so extra support for him causes a harder struggle for the opponent in the final election.
That's MPAA's view on copyright: Because they have copyright on it, you want to see it. So to save us from the disappointment of seeing these great productions without being able to do the right thing (paying for them in a movie theater) they block it.
The copyright of the bible is a tricky issue. The christian claim is that Jesus is alive. So most of it in the public domain, but how about Jezus's quotes? (Is the bible itself infringements of Jesus's copyright?) The koran has simular issues because it's supposed to be directly from Allah. I think most islamic countries think it's blasfemous to say he died.
Heard from someone who had friends in Belarus (The last communist dictatorship on earth). Software is booming in Belarus: No protection of intellectual property. Lot's of censorship, but no intellectual property. (As long as you don't talk politics, you're fine)