Report from America's jailbreaking hearings


6 Responses to “Report from America's jailbreaking hearings”

  1. Palomino says:

    “It’s all rather revolting, legal sausage-making at its wurst.”

    Definitely one of your Top 10. 

  2. Stephen Marts says:

    Old habits die hard.

  3. crummett says:

    Pong? Seriously?

  4. Daemonworks says:

    Not that it being illegal has stopped anyone from doing it.

    • ldobe says:

       I’m sure we all know Cory’s point is that we shouldn’t have to ask permission to do whatever the f*ck we want with a piece of hardware we buy.
      What if the auto industry decided that it was illegal for you to use a roof rack on your car without their permission?

      And the excuse that you can play homebrew games on your computer instead is like saying you should just carry your skis on your shoulder while riding your vespa, because putting a roof rack on your Subaru will hurt Subaru’s bottom line.

      If I bought it, I should be allowed to do whatever I want with it, it simply makes sense.

  5. Steve Martin says:

    Wasn’t the Pirate Bay shutdown.  No one questions the idea that a non-existant website will and does enable the theft of something.  I think they need to stop havign banks because Bonnie and Clyde will rob them.

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