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Old 10-05-2012, 09:54 AM   #69
Ninjalawyer
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I don't want more restrictive laws; I simply want current laws to be properly enforced. Current copyright protection is entirely adequate.
Oh sorry, I must have mixed up a few posts. Not sure how I would have drawn the conclusion that you weren't satisfied with the current system.

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The law provides no practical mechanism for me to prosecute these people, and that is unjust. Copyright infringement laws, as they currently stand, provide no protection for the ordinary person, since only large companies can afford to take civil action against the offenders.
So you don't want more restrictive laws, but the laws are also totally inadequate. Got it.
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