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First, we have to put warnings on software. Next, we have to install hardware to make sure we can't override the warnings. Finally, we have to put out Electronic National Identification Cards into a slot on the computer, along with our fingerprints on the biometric scanner to verify who we are when we get on the net.
I know that seems extreme, but where do you draw the line? Cut this crap, the RIAA has already made enough money from their extortionist-like tactics. They don't need to have any control over the software on my computer.
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