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October 05, 2006

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Bob

Give 'em time to realize that people can share files, i.e. music, in this fashion and MPIAA will get the copyright law amended to include this as an illegal activity. Just give'em time. After all, that's what law is for...to allow corporations to maintain monopolies over creations of citizens.

When corporations were allowed to own copyrights and patents, the people were subjugated. This was a huge mistake. I doubt we can go back now. Corporations are now treated as individuals, except that they have the luxury of living forever and collecting returns indefinitely. Democracy has been replaced by corporatism, a kind of democratic feudalism. Enjoy your new world.

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