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    sebastos12
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    Does anyone know where can i find the programm DeCss? Pleaz
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    follow the links.....

    here

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    -Sun Tzu \"The Art of War\"
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    sebastos12
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    Thankz gaxprels. A message to (Shame on you...You know better than to ask these questions.This is not a warez forum) i'm sorry. Pleaz fogive me.
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    Thankz gaxprels. A message to (Shame on you...You know better than to ask these questions.This is not a warez forum) i'm sorry. Pleaz fogive me.
    Actually, to whomever gave Sebastos12 the bad feedback.....

    DeCSS isn't warez. It's a script that helps Linux users to watch DVD's on their computers to allow fair use. It is not a program that has been altered to prevent from paying for the original (which is what warez is.) Just a little clarification. There is no difference between someone asking for help finding DeCSS and asking for help finding say... nmap, or Tiny Firewall, or ZoneAlarm, or Linux for that matter. Just a thought.

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    hehbris, violating the retarded DMCA is not the same as warez...
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    hehbris
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    no but it essentially is not equivalent to downloading legal freeware.
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    Question Just a thought

    Hey, with all this talk of illegal activites going on here, I'd like to know one thing. See I live in the US, and AntiOnline's servers are in the US as well. Now under US legislature, any person can speak freely without any need of fearing what he or she is saying. Now a person from, oh lets say Afganistan, where the rules are quite different. If they post something up here about government or seeing women in thongs at the beach...is that illegal?

    Right, now on with this discussion. My thoughts are with chsh and gaxprels. I don't think it's warez or illegal, the internet is a fairly new concept, and laws arn't really bound down yet. Yet some of the laws are really out of bounds, for instance a few years ago there was a lawsuit complaining that some person had 'stolen' their webaddress. When really it was just a family's site with the same last name as a corporation. I can't remember who won, but in the end the company got it's webaddress.
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    hehbris
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    copyright law suits with respect to domain names have been filed many times in the past and many have been won. Laws concerning internet use in the US and Canada have been clearly drawn out. In the USA DeCSS is ILLEGAL. The end my stupid american friend.
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    Hehbris...

    I thank you for bringing up the links you posted. The last ruling I heard was the turnover ruling that made DeCSS legal. I didn't hear about the November second turnover. Even if the code is illegal, however, the US government isn't going to nail someone that just wants to watch DVD's on their OS of choice. If someone copies a CD and gives it to a friend, it's not worth the time or money to go to court about. If someone is mass reproducing for resale or to give away for free (hundreds to thousands) then it would probably be worth it. The same applies to DVD's. Just my thoughts...

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