Originally posted by BadASCII
[B]Various organizations that have been watching CDFREAKS over the years have used the UN to pass Resolution 9660 which forces the staff at CDFREAKS.COM to disclose all information regarding what they know about copy protection schemes and any P2P knowledge and trading information they may have done over any networks.
If cdfreaks does not comply with this resolution, they will be in material breach of such resolution and their actions will result in “serious consequences”.
It is well known that China and many other asian countries has taken actions to prevent this resolution…I really don’t know why. [/B]
The organizations that have been watching CDFREAKS are all around us. At the moment both Google and Echelon are caching CDfreaks vast knowledge on copy protections , modifications and cracks.
Especially the cracks , that’s why cdfreaks has a policy not to point to them , but to use the right of fair use.
As there is no fair use in the use of any media (remember , you might have bought it , but you do not own it) , i can also conclude that all posts i made are not mine , but people have the license to read them (for free at the moment , but this can change anytime).
Since the UN is quite busy at the moment trying to get the free use of oil (read: the 2nd gulf war) , but cannot get any grounds to attack Saddam yet , it’s only a matter of time when Bush takes the red pill and starts making sense.
Now , did that all make sense ?