- Nov 20, 2007
This is why I don't participate on the Bioware/EA forums.
It is called a precedent. First a three day ban, then a week, then a month, so forth, so on. But that is beside the point. If he payed for a game, he damn well better be able to play it.scnj said:It's 72 hours, why are people acting like he'll never be able to play?
And that's sorta my point. The misuse. The RIAA and later MPAA ran smear campaigns comparing file sharing to theft, and now people compare used games to theft, and I'm sure somehow disagreeing with someone could be construed as "theft."RhombusHatesYou said:The law doesn't so there's no need for you to accept it as such.Zachary Amaranth said:And if I accepted piracy as theft, you would have a point there.
There was recently a thread on people's failure to understand free speech. Freedom of speech does not protect you from penalties like suspension or being fired. Sorry. It's his right to say it, as per free speech. They still retain control of their network, and it can suspend your account.ImprovizoR said:What they did is illegal. It's that simple. It's his opinion and his right to free speech.
Strange, that reminds me of something but I can't quite put my finger on it...lacktheknack said:Apparently, it was done by a machine because a bunch of people clicked the "report" button.
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