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Topic # 11766 10-Feb-2007 22:45
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I was listening to the RadioNZ's podcat on Pirate music and how the law's transforming and thought,
Will DSE soon be breaking the law by selling anti-DRM hardware?

ANTI DRM HARDWARE

DSE Cable 3.5mm Stereo Plug - 3.5mm Stereo Plug 2m
http://www.dse.co.nz/cgi-bin/dse.storefront/en/product/C1158

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Reply # 60373 10-Feb-2007 22:56
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Whats next... MPAA? gouging peoples eyes in case they remember what was shown and breaks 'DRM' by telling a friend? 
RIAA doing the same but with ears? 




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  Reply # 60374 10-Feb-2007 23:12
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Dont be silly coke, thats way ott. They will obvously erase peoples memories of the music they have listened to and movies they have watched...

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Reply # 60375 10-Feb-2007 23:17
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It would be impossible to make such things illegal, they come with thing like LCDs with internal speakers, they're easy to make and there are so many out there!

Ok, so stealing / pirating things is bad: yes. But can we get a few murders and the like imprisoned before we arrest people for listening to music? Tongue out

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  Reply # 60378 11-Feb-2007 03:52
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erasing peoples memories would be too hard, they will simply start charging people for watching movies and listening to music, but
not _actually_ let them see them and hear them. that makes for total protection of copyright.




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