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Author Topic: Appeals court nukes the copyright troll business-model  (Read 879 times)

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Hmmm... how well will this fare in the Supreme Court?  (You know it's coming...)

Actual ruling analysis at EFF.

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Re: Appeals court nukes the copyright troll business-model
« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2014, 05:44 PM »
Hmmm... how well will this fare in the Supreme Court?  (You know it's coming...)

Long, but relevant:

http://faculty.msb.e...TWebSite/MythWeb.htm

It's an essay I read a couple weeks ago on the "rule of law". It goes through reasons why the rule of law is a sick joke.

BTW - If anyone does read that, make sure to have a barf-bag ready for when it finally clicks and you realise that you've been suckered. You WILL feel sick to your stomach.

So... yeah... Expect the worst from the SCOTUS. (I always want to spell that SCROTUM for some reason... I think it has something to do with Latin singulars and plurals... :P )