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Re: [dvd-discuss] Movie Downloads, automatically illegal?
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- Subject: Re: [dvd-discuss] Movie Downloads, automatically illegal?
- From: microlenz(at)earthlink.net
- Date: Sat, 3 Aug 2002 16:21:06 -0700
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Unfortunatly, you are correct. They are Thunder Lizards. While the purpose of
copyright has not changed, the administration and implementation of it has in
the last 50 yrs but especially the last 25. Until the TLs die off Fritz-The IP
Fascist Hollings will have a lot of support.
On 3 Aug 2002 at 4:10, PSYchiccr@aol.com wrote:
> I think the movie lawyers would say you buy the right to view the individual
> copy you purchased and it that is destroyed you pay again...... other wise its
> like eating out and expecting not to pay if you want more the next day in the
> eyes of a lawyer..... I think yiu should get discout on replacment for lost
> material like you can with registered software but that would need registration
> of every sale a fortune in costs....