But I'm also going to clarify something:
1) I was not promoting illegal downloads
2) I was not even owning an PS2, it was a job
3) I insist on the section of law that says you CAN make own personal copy of the copyprotected work
There are many reasons to. One of the game I got for testing the PS2 with it was Grand tourisimo 4, or how the name exactly it... Nevermind. The DVDs are already so scratched, that the loading become sometimes slow and the booting of the game unreliable.
I insist on being able to make a copy and use the copy, before damaging original.
If Sony, law or God is trying to prevent me from doing it, I reasonably believe that I have every right to make it work. If there is obstacles that did not allow me to making a usefull copy, I feel entitled to remove them - I have the right of law on my side, not to mention moral right to do so.
Extreme interpretation of this view might be, that everything that is protected in such order to prevent legal buyer to make copy for himself from it, is not anymore under the protection of law, because it break this part of law.
I know it might sound rather extreme, but I do believe that this is the correct implementation. Actions that obviously break the law can't demand any law protection. That would be chucpe.
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