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6-03-2011 @ 5:34AM
@cyanea85"You use these words like "legal" and "criminal"...I'm not sure you know what they mean."Then tell me?How is selling content, for real dollars and then not allowing a customer to use that content, not illegal?How is that different from finding a person's dog wandering the streets, a dog they own, and commanding a reward before you return it?Isn't that called holding the dog for ransom? Isn't that illegal?What does paying for content even mean?Do you own that content?Do you own the right to play it?What does paying for content give you?What does it give you if you can't use it until you pay for "time" to be allowed to use it?Why do you need to be "allowed" to use a purchase that you already paid fully for?How is it legal when they require another sum of money before you can use what you already paid a sum of money for?What did you pay money for if you have nothing to show for it?Explain to me how I am wrong.Please discuss this civilly and make me understand what you apparently know for sure.I want to know the complete truth if I don't already know it.
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