[free-sklyarov] Fwd: Your Amazon.com Inquiry
tompoe at renonevada.net
Sun Dec 16 15:21:56 PST 2001
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Subject: Your Amazon.com Inquiry
Date: Sun, 16 Dec 2001 13:32:59 -0800
From: info at amazon.com
To: tompoe at renonevada.net
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>Date: Sun Dec 16 11:49:46 PST 2001
>Subject: Re: [free-sklyarov] Re: Continuing the fight
>To: free-sklyarov at zork.net
>From: tompoe at renonevada.net
>Hi: This is a kinder, gentler administration, eh? Go home, Dmitry, and
>Well, back to the issues. The DMCA is intended to protect copyrights,
>ElcomSoft threatens such notions. How can Adobe provide its clients
>protection without the DMCA's big hammer, right, wrong, or otherwise?
>Attacking those who would abuse Adobe's claims to document protection
>applications is a lot easier than creating a product that WORKS! Adobe
>simply exhibits complete disdain for the rights of individuals, and the
>administration "understands" such deplorable conduct is desirable in the
>pursuit of economic superiority. After all, that's what business is all
>about, eh? Just a thought Tom
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>free-sklyarov at zork.net
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