So if the law removes the option, the buyer will have to pay the higher price to the seller. Who is that good for?
In Hungary a couple of years ago cars with two stroke engines were effectively outlawed: basically the customer will have to pay a higher price for the four stroked cars. And actually it's good for the rest of us because it's better on the environment.
Not selling flawed software to the clueless users is also good for the (virtual) environment, meaning less botnets, less spam, less DoS attacks, etc.
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