|FROM ||jonathan jacobs
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] lock 'em up
i agree with ruben (and don't think it doesn't hurt to
one of the most irritating things about the "digital
rights" companies is that they are completely
unwilling to have any of the current laws enforced for
exactly that reason: people would see see how "fucken
[sic] stupid the laws are."
we should think about mechanisms to bring this odd
corporate behaviour a little more public attention.
if the public had a concrete understanding of exactly
what the current and proposed restrictions were, it
might be more easily roused from apathy.
(for example, we could have ruben copy a dvd and then
have him arrested and locked up... no, on second
thought that wouldn't work; the public would see that
as a benefit... i'll have to give it a little more
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