A cost analysis of Vista content protection
Posted Dec 25, 2006 8:10 UTC (Mon) by drag
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""The one government regulation is the result of monopolists pretty much paying to have intricate, draconian, and weird laws passed to protect their business models, enforce their monopolies, and all but guarantee them more income than the amounts they paid for the laws.
The other government regulation is the result of nutritionists fighting to stop machine-made poisons from being sold as foods.""
BOTH ARE JUST AS BAD.
Seriously. You don't know were this is leading do you?
Just stop and pause.. Stop assuming that eveybody else is a moron and knows nothing about nuturion and they need to be protected from 'big transfat' and realise the implications of a government controlling foods becuase they do not approve of the nutrional content.
Oh sure,your freedom is sooo important when it comes to being able to copy files, but on the other hand it's completely irrelevent when it comes to how you run a business.
Do you not see the irony? Which freedom do you think is more important?
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