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5-07-2008 @ 1:13AM
so if i write a program that disables Windows Genuine Advantage and sell it, i'm violating copyright?bullshit, i say! a breach of the terms of service, certainly, but i'm not stealing someone else's code for profit - merely creating something that interacts with it. the car, not the road, in other words.this is, indeed, an extremely dangerous precedent to set. imagine a world where Windows programs which microsoft does not specifically approve constitute copyright infringement.i love blizzard... but they had better lose this lawsuit.
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