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Jailbreaking now legal under DMCA for smartphones, but not tablets (ars technica)

Jailbreaking now legal under DMCA for smartphones, but not tablets (ars technica)

Posted Oct 27, 2012 13:53 UTC (Sat) by drago01 (subscriber, #50715)
In reply to: Jailbreaking now legal under DMCA for smartphones, but not tablets (ars technica) by raven667
Parent article: Jailbreaking now legal under DMCA for smartphones, but not tablets (ars technica)

> You think that the lawmakers and civil servants don't want to apply common sense and do the right thing? They are in a situation where common sense and serving the public interest are not rewarded.

Which is exactly my point ... the voters just shift the blame to the lobbyists instead of voting the people which don't use there own brain to make decisions out. Hence nothing changes.


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Jailbreaking now legal under DMCA for smartphones, but not tablets (ars technica)

Posted Oct 27, 2012 15:33 UTC (Sat) by raven667 (subscriber, #5198) [Link]

This is veering off topic but I like the discussion.

You can't expect numbers of people to consistently work against their own interests as you seem to. What you can do is change the game so that legislators and civil servants can do their job without interference.


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