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#1 StankDawg

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Posted 16 October 2002 - 10:11 AM

www.DigitalRights.org has some news that is sickening to read about. :flameon:

Go check it out @ http://www.digitalri...order=0&thold=0

A quote from the original article at : http://www.theregus....nt/4/26656.html

"In some instances at least, the very act of explaining what has been fixed by a security patch could be construed as explaining how the security of a product could be breached, and hence could be viewed as a breach of the DMCA. " :pissed:

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#2 paracord

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Posted 16 October 2002 - 06:00 PM

"In some instances at least, the very act of explaining what has been fixed by a security patch could be construed as explaining how the security of a product could be breached, and hence could be viewed as a breach of the DMCA. "

It seems that there are two possibilities here: 1. The people reposnsible for these statements lack all elements of common sense or 2. They know what they're saying makes no sense yet they don't care. It's like saying on the news " A man was was arrested today but we can't tell you where or why because that might give some hint as to how a crime could be committed"
pfffff :glare:




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