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Member of parliament wants to boycott copy-protection

Published: Wednesday 2004-08-04.

A member of the Norwegian parliament, Stortinget, from the liberal Left party is urging consumers not to buy copy-protected cds. Finally a politician that feels the same way I (and others) do, at least in this area.

There might be hope for the world still.

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  • Date: 2004-08-11 13.46.01 CEST
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  • Datum: 2004-08-11 13.49.24 CEST
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Jo, jag länkade dit i förra artikeln, måste ju variera mig lite :-)

(Du vet väl att "se" är språkkoden för samiska, förresten? Svenska har koden "sv"... <g>)

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