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  • Vast Shadow

    As new laws are constantly being made for the net, sadly... More refinement of copyright is also being pushed. Numerous of judges from around the globe have said, "Making laws for software is very tedious". The FCC plans to refine court hearings... Possibly pushing towards a court that only proceeds digital media, because if you do not know code its hard to follow accusations and law suits. Microsoft and Google enjoy using people's ignorance to short-come trials... Just simply by making sure no one knows what they are referring.

    That is why "transparency" over the net, has become a ear-full the past 2 years. Its more signifies a warning to any software or policy maker that -- A crackdown on their wordy policies will be exempted, if they think they can write things like a lawyer. Lawyers often use accusations that can mean numerous things.

    A software writer that does that is Microsoft... As part of Microsoft policy reads. "Information of yours is stored to enhance your experience." Microsoft fails to acknowledge what sort of information they track of yours, while using any of their products.

    Microsoft and Google, both think its alright to wonder through people's system... Really. Its like buying a piece of art and that artist would be allowed to come into your home and take notes of things you do?? No.

  • Bryan Pritchard

    I personally believe that the current patent system stifles the technology industry and the people that come off worst in it all are the consumers. That being said would you purpose a system that doesn't protect those that genuinely innovative?

    • Vast Shadow

      I only hate it when musicians complain about a few hundred dollars they don't recieve and then sue some 12 yr old fan...

      I mean its just music... They are sueing a fan for listening to their music. Muscians and actors... Are by far the most over paid people, that really do not do much of anything.

      Software publishers hardly crack down on it... An their scripts and code take far longer than ANY little few minute to hour long movie. THEY ARE EVEN PAID LESS.

      If you do not love what you do, then why do it, ya know? Musicians and actors shouldn't bitch about the net... They suppose to love their audience, not sue them... Hell half their money comes from advertisers anyway.