On Tue, 12 Oct 2010, Mark Dennehy wrote:
> if you said publicly what he said in court, the would have very, very,
> *VERY* solid grounds to sue you for defamation; and into users by stating
> that the majority of P2P downloads are illegal;
I don't wish to defend the devil itself here, but is that really untrue?
Do we have any reason to think it is untrue? You may argue that it has not
been proven true, but that doesn't mean it is false -- you're escaping on a
technicality. I'd be pretty surprised to find that free software and other
freely distributable materials outweighed all the copyrighted movies and
music being passed around by P2P (a vague term). Perhaps I'm wrong?
Does this house deny the right of people to defend their copyright against
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