Jonjonz wrote on Nov 20, 2020, 06:23:So you'd rather shoot the messenger, rather than blame the source? That's like wanting to blame the company whose name is on the soap box the deluded ranter is standing on while speaking, rather than the deluded ranter.
Unfortunately hate speech, like poison, only takes a small amount.
Still plenty of total mis-information, lies, deep fakes and total misrepresentations as well as kook nuts wailing about vacines, or common sense, or not wearing masks in a pandemic.
Speech without liability is chaos and poison to democracy.
230 needs to go.
Irresponsible social media needs to be held liable.
Dev wrote on Oct 29, 2020, 15:24:My post is in response to what Blue wrote, "Since the Cyberpunk setback is due to the next generation consoles...", along with the accompanying link to show where I got that information.ldonyo wrote on Oct 29, 2020, 13:02:The slowdown of the cyberpunk delay yes.
Actually, the delay is due to current gen consoles, as can be read in a call transcript here https://www.cdprojekt.com/en/wp-content/uploads-en/2020/10/trancript_en.pdf
This post is about the PoE delay. Which was caused by the cyberpunk delay. Originally Grinding Gear's plan was to come out a month after cyberpunk. They rejiggered it to again come out a month after.
As the above news story says.
fujiJuice wrote on Oct 29, 2020, 13:14:Pretty much completely correct. There are limitations for unlawful things, but anything that is not illegal would be protected, as would Blue.Simon Says wrote on Oct 29, 2020, 12:39:
Can some ELI5 what Section 230 is?
As far as I understand it, it means blue can let us post things on his website without fear of being legally liable for them, to an extent.
[VG]Reagle wrote on Oct 20, 2020, 13:29:It depends on what, if any, conditions are applied to that purchase of default search engine. If they pulled an Intel and made it so that no other search engine could be set as the default in any browser installed onto said company's devices (phones, laptops, PCs, tablets, etc.) by the company they paid for this, then there will be some trouble for Alphabet's Google division, just as there was for Intel when they got caught making kneecapping agreements with PC and laptop builders. That would be on top of any discovery of search result shenanigans that put Google's chosen results at the top of the list, should that be happening as well.
If the government doesn’t want people to sell search engine defaults. Simply make it illegal. How can you sue the person that paid the highest price for it? Stupid.
MrBone wrote on Oct 19, 2020, 12:11:I found the backstory information interesting, especially as to how it affected present motivations. It is definitely gorier and more sex-oriented than the first season, but I don't think it is of less quality.
The Boys took a nose-dive in quality this season. Sad. It was very promising in the first season.
Quinn wrote on Oct 16, 2020, 13:19:Altruism, no DRM at all, plus the ability to download a fully-functional copy of the game you can install on whatever PC you like.Orogogus wrote on Oct 16, 2020, 13:02:Sempai wrote on Oct 16, 2020, 12:49:This makes more sense when you're talking about Epic, because GOG also charges a horseshit 30% cut to other developers/publishers.
You want me to bypass steams horseshit 30% cut and buy it on GoG? Sure, cdpr. I'd say you've earned it. Done.
I also think it's weird the game is the same price on Steam as it is on GOG. If only altruism is the incentive to get the game on GOG, well... good luck with the gamers.