DIY vs Copyright Theft (Piracy)

SYSph@ntOPus wils0450 at tc.umn.edu
Thu Nov 4 22:02:46 CET 1999


Since you asked, yes. And you won't have to wrestle my publishing company
since I own it. Buy my records and make all the digital/analog copies you
want.

On Thu, 4 Nov 1999, Caloroso, Michael E wrote:

> 
> 
> > Piracy is freedom. 
> > 
> OK, then that would apply to the music you play that puts food in your mouth, correct?  :)
> 
> Just putting the shoe on the other foot...
> 
> Many members on this list (including me) write software for a living, and I won't even open that can of worms... people who write statements like the one above aren't mature enough to understand.
> 
> There's a thin line between DIY and copyright theft, and that line is very clearly defined.  Advertising pirated software on a public forum is pretty stupid.
> 
> And let's not drag this thread out, please.
> 
> MC
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