Single player games that don't have multiplayer as the central feature will tend to rely more on DRM (to prevent unauthorized copies)Which DOES NOT work! Never has. So what's the point?
There is NO country and NO governing body that will allow more than the U.S.As amply demonstrated in the Rojadirecta case?PERIOD. END OF DISCUSSION.Yeah... no.
Right. At least I doidn't overlook the reply to this link ;)
Another take on this: Microsoft aren't forcing Lenovo to block free operating systems.
Since when is Techdirt in the business of stopping piracy, genius?
Disregarding all the FUD in the article itselfLike what?And that's why you're failing.At what? Keeping clowns like you from posting bs? Don't worry, we manage just fine.
Didn't you know? There's also 'facts' and 'facts'. Nicely demonstrated by Gingrich in Republicans loving feelings over facts.And for good measure: Trump exposes Trump.
Exactly. Yglesias who?
It's the latter. If you think that55 out of ~24 millionis a meaningful sample size.
Why should a customer pay for lost packets?
For instance, she said she did not pay attention to the difference between levels of classification, like “top secret” and “secret,” indicating she took “all classified information seriously.”Weird, I'd take that as an indication she did NOT take all classified information seriously.
Or as Adam Sandler would say, don't mess with the Lohan.
Said the pot that called the kettle black. You can't make this up.
Well, it already drew idiot commenters like you, so lets wait and see...
Or maybe they could just go on and don't give a damn about your pointless bickering?
And yet another fail at having a gotcha moment. Impressive.
IOW, there a rights that outweigh the right to religious freedom?
It is a violation of freedom of religion. To be fair I don't know if freedom of religion is as valued in France as it is in the US. Right. So does this freedom of religion entail the right to discriminate others based on their religion, gender, sexual orientiation?
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