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6-07-2010 @ 11:20PM
The main issue with that is that the case didn't actually make a judgment about that, and as far as I know, it could still be interpreted both ways... Which means it'll just come up in some other case where proponents of free Intellectual Property will be unpleasantly associated with someone disreputable.Oh, and the word you intended was "affect". It's a common mistake, but the verb to change something is "to affect", while the verb to create or begin something is "to effect". These often get confused because the noun referring to a change is "an effect", and the noun referring to the physical evidence of an apparent emotional state is "an affect".
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