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Sony reckons everyone's a pirate
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Written by Daniel   
Wednesday, 03 October 2007 11:22

  Now that Corperations are daily redefining the law to suit themselves, then currupting the law by enforcing their definitions, how surprized should we be if Sony wants us all to accept our inherent guilt and proclime ourselves as pirate and outcast!

 Back-ups are stealing
By Nick Farrell: Wednesday, 03 October 2007, 3:26 PM
The Inquirer
SONY has new definition of what it considers software piracy which will criminalise most of the world.
In testimony in the flagship Capitol Records, et al versus Jammie Thomas Jennifer Pariser, case, the head of litigation for Sony BMG told the world that it was piracy for someone to back-up a CD they have bought or upload it onto their MP3 player...More


If this were true, then more people would be pirates than there would be legitimate users.
She said that when an individual makes a copy of a song for himself, Sony can say he stole a song." Making "a copy" of a purchased song is just "a nice way of saying 'steals just one copy'.
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