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Grokking the Grokster Decision

Grokking the Grokster Decision

Posted Aug 27, 2004 2:53 UTC (Fri) by showell (guest, #2929)
Parent article: Grokking the Grokster Decision

It's true that by relying on law definitions you might not land on Mars but, you will land somewhere. Then again the word Mars is only a social norm that we use to represent an object sitting on one of the celestial spheres. It could be argued that there is some element in society that does not call Mars "Mars" and in fact the place that the Law has directed you to on the way to "Mars" could be called Mars in some part of the community. So the Law has not directed you to the wrong place after all - you were just not explicit enough in your desciption of your desired destination.


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