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Old 04-06-2012, 09:54 AM   #3
BoldlyDubious
what if...?
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I was not aiming at establishing the best possible scenario. My proposal has the aim of highlighting how, according to the very viewpoint that the media companies are trying to force upon us, they are ripping us off.
They establish a premise (if you play content without paying, you're stealing), expect from us that we comply to the consequences of such premise (you have to pay us if you want to play content) but refuse to comply with their own part of the consequences (if you pay and don't play the content you purchased, you have the right to a refund, or a substitution).
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