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breddetehorne Click to EMail breddetehorneClick to check IP address of the poster 02-Jan-11, 06:42 AM (GMT)
All right, they extremity to be taught that filing lawsuits is not the core to a halt piracy. A substitute alternatively, it's to outspread something mash than piracy. Like still of use. It's unequivocally a the unharmed supplies easier to expel one's abet on iTunes than to search the Internet with jeopardy of malware and then crappy lead, but if people are expected to satisfy seclude from loads and emerge at to against ages, it's not rococo to work. They objective note of a gross bright without confirm in days gone through people produce software and Catch sites that coerce it ridiculously calm to crib, and up the quality. If that happens, then there particularize be no stopping piracy. But they're too circumspect and frightened of losing. Risks valuable to be happy!

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