|[Forum] Amiga piracy nearly dead?||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 22-Jul-2004 01:27 GMT by Anonymous||26 comments|
It is rather hard nowadays to find Amiga piracy.|
Is it really dead, or just deep underground?
Have anti-piracy messages in AmiGIFT worked? :)
If anyone remembers how widespread Amiga piracy was in the bad old days, today's Amiga pirating activities are by comparison weak and ineffectual IMHO..
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|Comment 1||Ronald St-Maurice||22-Jul-2004 00:58 GMT|
|Comment 2||Anonymous Original Poster||22-Jul-2004 01:27 GMT|
|Comment 3||Ronald St-Maurice||22-Jul-2004 02:48 GMT|
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|Posted by ilwrath on 22-Jul-2004 02:50 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 2 (Anonymous Original Poster):|
> I don't know how many people out there are there to pirate. Time for a headcount? :)
None, as far as I can figure. Why would you? All that is left is a hobbiest market. If you've been with Amiga for any length of time (and who would be interested in the platform who hasn't?) odds are pretty good you've met and shook hands (or exchanged a few e-mails, if you're on the wrong side of the globe) with the author of the program you just bought.
Why would you want to insult that person by then illegally distributing copies of their work?
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