The Future End of Classic Computing

From: Douglas H. Quebbeman <>
Date: Tue Apr 2 06:24:53 2002

> Wrong. 4500+ copies is "mass distribution."
> In any event, the DMCA was intended to address not only those
> who distribute copies, but those who provide "circumvention devices"
> that enable others to engage in mass distribution. Doesn't it make as
> much sense to go after those involved in "mass distribution"
> of the circumvention device, such as DeCSS?

When everyone realizes the inaudability of what would be lost if
they used straight analog audio paths for copying, and thus they
finally give up on digital copying, will the Entertainment Industry
lobby for a AMCA? Will Radio Shack get busted for selling patch

DMCA is ridiculous.

-Douglas Hurst Quebbeman (DougQ at [Call me "Doug"]
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