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Old 11-01-2009, 12:05 AM   #58
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Originally Posted by kennyc View Post
They would not, yes, and yes.


I have to disagree with you on each and everyone of your points. While an adult might not realize that the limit is one time, they are going to realize that there has to be a limit. Look at every single piece of electronic media. There are limits to how you can share them. Expecting that there would not be limits on this is not reasonable.

Second, all electronic media have different rules than printed media. This is because a printed media that is lent or sold is unlikely to be duplicated and given to others in violiation of the copy right. That is not the case with electronic media. That is why no form of electronic media has unlimited rights to do what you wish with it.

Third, you are wrong that they have no legal rights. The license that you accept grants them the rights to limit what you can do with it. Those licenses have been upheld in the courts.
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