On Thu, Jan 22, 2004 at 12:56:13PM +0000, Tony Bolger mentioned:
> Yep. Next thing you'll have to license your levis for a specific purpose,
> once they extend copyrights / trademarks to restrict usage too. Which is
> starting to happen in music.
Which is no harm. You just buy stuff that's not licenced like that. We
did it with software. Unfortunately artists aren't as altruistic as
programmers seem to be, so it'll take a while.
If you buy Windows, you have no one but yourself to blame for an MS
monopoly. If you buy CDs at that atrocius markup, it's no different.
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