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The Grokster ruling

The Grokster ruling

Posted Jun 30, 2005 5:30 UTC (Thu) by melevittfl (guest, #5409)
Parent article: The Grokster ruling

Remember, file sharing software doesn't commit copyight infringement, people commit copyright
infringement.

But I guess the courts only wants to apply that standard to guns, not songs.


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The Grokster ruling

Posted Jul 1, 2005 1:32 UTC (Fri) by njhurst (guest, #6022) [Link]

Are guns promoted as 'for killing people'?

The Grokster ruling

Posted Jul 2, 2005 14:17 UTC (Sat) by tseaver (guest, #1544) [Link]

Are guns promoted as "for killing people"?

For handguns, certainly: they have no other (primary) purpose except to kill people. Secondary purposed involve the *threat* of killing people, or *practice* for that act.

As Lynyrd Skynyrd notes:

[They] ain't good for nothin
But put a man six feet in a hole


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