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"fairlight" members arrested in warez raids, any corelation?

category: residue [glöplog]
Ja precies, en, als het is wat ik denk dat het is, hoe align ik hem dan in godsnaam daarmee.. :)

added on the 2004-04-27 21:58:05 by superplek superplek
ja je komt daar niet eens, volgens mij moet je hem dan tijdens het draaien laten zinken of zo... iig mij nooit gelukt :P
cuanto chamuyo que hay por aca por dios jajaja!
added on the 2004-06-02 01:32:23 by Pred Pred
there are far more effective ways to stop piracy then hunting down warez groups, i'm absolutely sure about that, the most simple solution would be to offer cheaper software, and charge extra for support, daily updates etc etc, the list can be made long, very long. however, most companies haven't realised this yet but i'm pretty sure that in a couple of years the prices will drop because it will proove to be a more cheaper way of getting rid of piracy.

That's what we can observe nowadays in a digital versions.
In fact, personally, I did prefer to have (BIG) BOXed editions. Released by the true company itself, and not but those dedicated digital-to-physical sites.
added on the 2021-08-13 21:34:18 by sim sim
17 years... thread necro is weird...
That said, cloud based software and the browser as an OS sucks quite hard imo.
added on the 2021-08-14 00:29:38 by raer raer
We can thank Fairlight et al for the push to digital distribution and vendor lock-in IMHO. Not that I rabidly against piracy or anything but that is the industry response to it. Some software got cheaper perhaps but some licenses are mad expensive.
added on the 2021-08-14 13:00:42 by El Topo El Topo


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