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Old 21st May 2009
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Originally Posted by IMSTA View Post

However, there are ways that software could be protected. And the publishers are protecting their property, just as you lock your studio door and turn on the alarm every time you leave.

Paul
thats all very well but when i return home my house doesnt dissapear, if i want to sell my house my alarm doesnt get in the way of the sale, if i want to move my belongings to a differant house my alarm doesnt make it harder for me to do so.

the arguement is not having the ilok (which can sometimes be handy) but the restrictions that are placed on legitimate users.

as ive said in previous posts, surely keeping those who pay a devs wages happy should be a higher priority than crippling us with intrusive copy protections?