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Reflections from a Swede in Norway.

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Even more laws, and copy protected music discs

Published: Saturday 2003-12-13.

After diving deep into the text of the law I have figured out the paragraphs that should be applicable to my list of Swedish spammarS. At least according to what I can read the text, reading laws is not easy for a layman.

While on the subject of organisations that think regular netizens are criminals, Arve Bersvendsen has an interesting essay about copy protected discs. He describes the reason why I have avoid buying music discs lately — the plastic discs with copy protection that are sold in the shops are not cds.

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