flatfish+++ <flatfish@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> On Wed, 18 Oct 2006 14:33:28 +0000, Oliver Wong wrote:
>> "Mark Kent" <mark.kent@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> begin oe_protect.scr
>>> Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> espoused:
>>>> MPAA: Frustrated Consumers Will Pirate
>>>> ,----[ Excerpt ]
>>>>| The MPAA's Brad Hunt outlined some of the ways the MPAA is working
>>>>| to standardize content protection controls in the age of digital
>>>>| home networking. But he also acknowledged that piracy is the
>>>>| consumer's answer to the content industry's inability to provide
>>>>| a simple digital-rights-management solution.
>>>> It seems like the MPAA is beginning to digest what happens when people
>>>> exposed to the messiness of Digital Restriction Mess, e.g. inability to
>>>> transport purchased content (with ease or at all). The customer
>>> It's /not/ piracy, though, it's making a copy of something, which you're
>>> allowed to do anyway, at least you are here, anyway.
>>> The underlying assumption that any copies are a violation of copyright
>>> is quite incorrect and should be challenged at every opportunity;
>>> failure to do so is creating an environment where paragraphs like the
>>> above are generally regarded as acceptable - they're not!
>>> In any case, DRM will fail, because it's a total abuse of customers;
>>> in the end, they'll get sick of it and do something else.
>> This seems to contradict your stance in
>> - Oliver
> Slam dunk and a beauty for Mr. Wong.
> Oh Mark Kent?
> Where are you?
> Has anyone seen Mark Kent?
I think he is reporting me to my ISP for my "activities" or something
like that. But he's so full of it I dont know what to believe anymore.
> Note: Get ready for Mark to pull a Poaster and start bragging about his
> kill files.
Does Boaster never stop? He's almost a self parody.