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11. Re: piracy supports Terrorists May 30, 2005, 01:30 Halsy
 
Haha great fuckin' article.


"....and goddamit tuck up those pajamas!"
- Neidermeyer
 
"And then, suddenly and without warning, it turned into a real-life case of hungry, hungry hippos."
- Stephen Colbert
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10. Re: DRM May 29, 2005, 18:24 anon@24.76
 
the new version of steam will be able to lock down your harddrive if your check/credit card bounces.

pay up to access your documents.


 
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9. DRM May 29, 2005, 17:34 DG
 
btw DRM crap on CPU's might be useful for anticheat software, well the GUID element.

otoh...
"IDE redirection" which will allow administrators to remotely enable, disable or format or configure individual drives and reload operating systems and software from remote locations"
uhhh...

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8. Ringing Terrorism May 29, 2005, 17:29 DG
 
Frankly I find it asinine that senators talk about piracy supporting terrorism, yet things are allowed to exist which makes ME want to blow shit up in a violent rage of holy jihad. Things like that damn ringtone...

 
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7. No subject May 29, 2005, 15:44 space captain
 
oh yeh - fear is such a new carrot... ITS FUCKING REVOLUTIONARY!!

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6. Bad People May 29, 2005, 13:44 Dr_Dissent
 
Bad people do live to do bad things. They go out of their way to scare people. They tell you to watch your neighbors for suspicious activity. They give you a color to let you know just how frightened you should be. They make you afraid of toe-nail clippers and laser-pointers. Bad people use fear to control. They're also called "terrorists".

 
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5. No subject May 29, 2005, 13:20 Mashiki Amiketo
 
RTFA is our acronym of the day with regards to the bootleg DVD article, and incase you don't know you history; apparently many don't ... Hezbollah, already attacked us. They also hate anything American or western.

This isn't much different the old baby formula gig they run, wait you knew about that didn't you? 90% of what they(RIAA, MPAA, etc) say is bunk; however a ring of echoing truth does exist. Wading through the bullshit to find it is the hard part.

Thanks, have a nice day. And let me know when you realize that bad people live to do bad things.
 
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there is a neat, simple solution;
and it is always wrong."
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4. Re: piracy supports Terrorists May 29, 2005, 13:04 BicycleRepairMan
 
Terrorist: America's new carrot.

http://www.thebrpage.net
 
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3. Re: DRM in Chips May 29, 2005, 11:44 Tom
 
AMD should use this as an opportunity to boost their market share. "Look at us! We don't have any of that DRM crap in our chips!"

Hopefully it'll be a bigger fiasco for Intel than the Pentium 3 serial number "feature".

 
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2. piracy supports Terrorists May 29, 2005, 11:22 WebDemon
 
Speaking if security, how much longer do the Bushies in the U.S. figure that using the "fight against terror" as an excuse for everything is going to work. Judging by his plunging approval rating I'd say a lot of people are beginning to wake up and smell the bullshit.

"gotta kill the ragheads and steal their oil for Jesus 'cuz it makes my family richernshit!!" Yeeeeeeehaaaaaaw!

 
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1. DRM in Chips May 29, 2005, 11:03 WebDemon
 
"Tucker ducked questions regarding technical details of how embedded DRM would work saying it was not in the interests of his company to spell out how the technology in the interests of security."

Read.. we don't want it hacked and bypassed before people even begin to buy it...

What a waste of time, it'll be bypassed in no time, if not then intel's chipset will sit on rot on the shelves.

 
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