[pp.int.general] Companies that trap and sue P2P users in Germany
squig at dfpx.de
Sat Mar 24 01:37:12 CET 2012
To be fair, Freifunk for example shows that a lot of Germans don't care
that much about this law. These numbers are dwindling, on the other hand.
If we decriminalize (or legalize) the private copy again, however, this
problem will basically go away. Repealing *Störerhaftung *will be a breeze
then, I think (because no WEP will keep a criminal who wants to use
phishing or share child pornography from using your wlan anyways, since
they can be broken rather easily). While the law sucks, and should be
repealed, I am of the opinion that there are bigger issues in our current
legislature. Data retention for example, or the right for private copies.
On Sat, Mar 24, 2012 at 1:18 AM, Aza <rata_0071 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> El día 23 de marzo de 2012 20:58, Boris Turovskiy
> <tourovski at gmail.com> escribió:
> > [ ] You have understood what a state of law is and what role a political
> > party plays in it.
> Well PPCA has operation electronic leviathan, PPAR has the P2PGuide,
> when the law is unfair, disobedience is a duty.
> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
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