Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder
- Nov 11, 2008
- 9,852 (2.47/day)
|System Name||Dean Machine|
|Motherboard||MSI 1150 Gaming mATX|
|Cooling||Corsair H100i and video card custom loop|
|Memory||16 gigs Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer|
|Video Card(s)||Dual liquid cooled HD7970's (Thanks to Norton!!!)|
|Storage||Crucial M4 256 gig SSD|
|Display(s)||Overlord 27" 2560 x 1440|
|Case||Corsair Air 540|
|Audio Device(s)||On board|
|Power Supply||Seasonic modular 850 watt Platinum|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro|
Exactly what I got from this. Music, software, movies, applications, etc... that are downloadable content would fall into this category then? Taking it without paying for it still leaves the creator with the original. So taking downloadable content without paying for it is not stealing!Finally!
A copy can be several things, but it cannot be theft, because the original is still there. Period. I'm glad that the courts are finally starting to get this terribly basic concept.
Thanks for posting this NT, you made my day.
That basically means that someone can take the web site code from.........say.....TPU, create a carbon copy and it would not be considered theft due to TPU still being completely in tact and still working? And not depriving W1zzard from the code. Crazy