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Mon May 7 20:38:30 UTC 2007
Ed Sanders wrote:
>> Todd Allen wrote:
>> If you're correct there, then...wow, things are worse than I imagined.
>> What if you did have a collection of 2000 credit card numbers, and
>> never made an unlawful purchase on a single one? Who's been harmed?
>> Likelihood of replication doesn't change the basic premise. That's
>> getting into the realm of outlawing information and concepts rather
>> than actions and deeds, and that's not a very good road to start
>> walking down.
> Well if you didn't have a good reason to be hoarding credit card numbers
> you could be convicted of conspiracy to commit credit card fraud. In the
> same way the only reason to distribute a number generated from porn
> would be to distribute the porn, and the only reason the distribute that
> exact DVD key is to circumvent a protection system (which is illegal in
> the US, I believe). This is about outlawing the distribution of certain
> information, which is very much a real crime in some circumstances.
how do I use this number ?
Sorry but I don't really get it. How this number crack protection
system. Because i am looking at this number and my DVD is not still
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