When they are protectionist to an industry not so much.
Murder and robbery does not equal piracy.
I bet it would cost more than the health care bill in congress to do so.
I mean if it happens so much, it should be easy to catch them in the act.
It has a zero value, supply and demand are funny like that.
When there is infinite supply of something, the price of that something is zero unless demand is infinity + 1.
I was discovering that life just simply isn't fair and bask in the unsung glory of knowing that each obstacle overcome along the way only adds to the satisfaction in the end. Nothing great, after all, was ever accomplished by anyone sulking in his or her misery.
Question I have about this whole thing is this: Who in their right mind would agree to almost 3/4 of a million dollars being a reasonable fine in the first place?
How does such a fine even make sense in the scheme of things?
Nationalism in high dosages may be hazardous to your health. Please consult a psychiatrist before beginning a regular regimen, and if feelings of elitism and douchbaggery continue, discontinue immediately before you become unable to do so on your own.
FWIW from the time the RIAA sent him a letter notifying him of the lawsuit until the verdict was rendered, there was a standing offer to settle for $4,000
But it's a variety of theft I not only accept but openly support.
The internet and digital era are a new and important landmark for our species. It has changed how we communicate and transmit information, and will surely have long-term impacts on our growth as a global society.
That matters way more to me than some companies maximizing profit. They can exist with less but will always want more. This kind of agenda will not serve them in the long run.
Got any more hysterical, moral expletives you want to toss my way?