Interoperability for games is fundamentally flawed reasoning
Posted Aug 24, 2005 19:48 UTC (Wed) by khim
In reply to: Interoperability for games is fundamentally flawed reasoning
Parent article: On the defense of piracy enablers
You have the interest of the author vs. the interest of the public.
100% wrong, of course. We have two interests of the public. The public have an interest in its own freedom in using published works; depending on circumstances, public may also have an interest in encouraging creation of such works through some kind of incentive system.
Can Blizzard prove that availability of programs like bnetd will make it impossible fior them to create new works ? If not - then public sold its freedom for nothing.
Anyone who denies that reasoning of the scales of Iustitia lacks understanding of legal concepts or is a blind fundamentalist (or both).
Of course. Anyone who says something I do not like to hear is dirty fundamentalist. Greeeat argument.
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