I wish you'd make up your minds about what you want. On one hand you want to be included in society and given the same consideration as everyone else is, but at the same time you want to be excused from obeying the laws everyone is required to obey so you can pirate an older version of software.
If you think it's just the blind choosing how they get ahold of and utilise software, then you need to get out your box. People the world over refuse to be dictated to by corperations interested in pumping their users for the maxamum amount of cash. This runs the range of a few users getting ahold of an old piece of software that nuance would looz nothing on if they made the thing free, up to big name artists running modified coppies of ableton and reason because they've been restricted by the stupid licencing system behind the software. It's happening more and more, technologically savvy users are getting sick of stupid restrictions being put on them and are fin ding their own ways of doing things. The response from developers/record companies or whatever you care to put here? Legislate, restrict, control.
Nocturnus makes good points, and we could be having a discussion right now. Maybe if you climbed down of your soapbox, Stopped calling everyone hypocrites, thieves and accusing people of getting personal with you then this thread could be a nicer place to be
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