Feb 4th 2009 8:26PM Agreed. Violating a EULA or TOU does not, in and of itself, constitute copyright infringment. Other specific factors were cited like cercumvention of measures to protect copyrighted material. Violating some randomly chosen term of use doesn't necessarily cermumvent measures to protect copyrighted material, so this case doesn't automatically become precident for all future cases involving EULAs and copyrights. The similarity between this case and some hypothetical future case would be taken into consideration in its validity as precedence.
Jan 24th 2009 4:14PM It may not be a scam, but the only other option is that they are completely retarded. I think calling it a scam gives them too much credit.
Jan 12th 2009 8:36PM Being disappointed at paying for a challenge that you did not receive is a legitimate argument. Being disappointed that you’re not better than everyone else is being a douche.
Being disappointed at paying for content that you will never see is a legitimate argument. Hating on people that have the time or skill (whichever the case may be) to reach content that you cannot is being a douche.
Raiders are not douches because they are raiders and casuals are not douches because they are casuals. Douches are douches.