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https://curia.europa.eu/juris/document/document_print.jsf;jsessionid=0E8706A8707B18EC75025A5ACF8100AA?docid=247056&text=&dir=&doclang=EN&part=1&occ=first&mode=DOC&pageIndex=0&cid=8935665#Footnote*


>In the light of the foregoing considerations, the answer to the first question referred is that Article 5(1) of Directive 91/250 must be interpreted as meaning that the lawful purchaser of a computer program is entitled to decompile all or part of that program in order to correct errors affecting its operation, including where the correction consists in disabling a function that is affecting the proper operation of the application of which that program forms a part.

What's the /g/ consensus on that?

Could this ruling be used as an argument for disabling DRM functionality of proprietary software?
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EU also controls how big a vacuum you can have, they are the Jews.
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No it says that you are entitled to the source code to fix errors. If you use that source code to disable features like DRM... well you just can't ok?
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>the correction consists in disabling a function that is affecting the proper operation of the application
>Disables license verification
Heh. Nothing personnel
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>>83809677
I'm sorry, your honor, but the program wasn't running because it erroneously asserted a missing TPM to be indicative of a missing license
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>>83809713
meant to reply to >>83809562
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>>83809713
>>83809732
holy shit i might just be retarded
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>>83809523
This makes no sense considering that the free software movement was started by a Jew.
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>>83809755
rms is a honorary grandmaster of the kkk
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>>83809755
>working a 9-to-5 deadend shit cashier job in a mixed jewish-arab city
>start browsing 4chinks after a long day
>they think all jews are rich banker overlords controlling the world
thank you for making me feel better /g/
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Wow that is based if true
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>>83809713
>sorry anon but that is required by the EU to combat white supremacy online
>we can't allow wrong think to find a foothold by anonymous posting
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OY VEY
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>>83809830
A decent percentage of those rich banker overlords controlling the world actually do happen to be Jews, but of course the notion that literally all of them are is retarded.
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>>83809523
does fucking cats count as bestiality?
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>>83809523
one of the few times where the eu is good for something. for troubleshooting i had to disassemble some binary executable for work, then sweep what i did under the rug afterwards
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>>83811158
pretty sure thats a dog
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>>83809523
What if EU made free software the only software
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>>83809606
Not entirely, it says you're entitled to decompile it, which if we're talking about a compiled binary usually results in mountainous amounts of assembly code.
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>>83809523
>disabling DRM
If it's online DRM then yes. You can argue that your work machine is not and will not be connected to internet, so DRM which relies on networking is causing issues in the software you've paid for. And yes, you still have to pay for it for this law to apply to you. And no, you're not allowed to distribute the modified binaries.
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>>83809562
ehh thats only because nature abhors a vaccuum
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>>83809562
>NOOOO I CAN'T USE 10,000W VACUUM IN MY MARKETING ANYMORE!!!
>THE GOYIM LOVED PAYING FOR THAT SHIT EVEN THOUGH IT WAS JUST 5% MORE EFFECTIVE THAN A 500W VACUUM
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>>83809523
big if true
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>>83809523
>the lawful purchaser of a computer program
you cant buy software anymore though its all subscription cancer or youre just buying a temporary license to use the software
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>>83809523
Doesn't matter unless it happens in the US, and it won't because old people in this country are retarded and will stick up for garbage laws because muh free market.
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>>83813380
>>83809523
this has already always been the case in USA
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>>83809523
>lawful purchaser of a computer program is entitled to decompile
>Modified version is not working because unsigned
Nothing personal, kiddo
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now every software company will just stop releasing their products in europe
good job EU
say goodbye to industrial boomer core bloatware like autodesk or siemens shit
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Quick someone get the zune source code.
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>>83815960
*teleports behind u*
Heh... you thought that was the extent of my abilities?
*disables cryptographic verification algorithm*
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>>83809523
BASED
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>>83809755
What doesn't make sense? They don't even need to develop software, much less waste money maintaining it.
Why do you think companies often use Linux instead of in-house solutions? It's just better economically.
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>>83816509
just like they did years ago when they started regulating and sanctioning shit, right
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>>83809523
>https://curia.europa.eu/juris/document/document_print.jsf;jsessionid=0E8706A8707B18EC75025A5ACF8100AA?docid=247056&text=&dir=&doclang=EN&part=1&occ=first&mode=DOC&pageIndex=0&cid=8935665#Footnote*&text=&dir=&doclang=EN&part=1&occ=first&mode=DOC&pageIndex=0&cid=8935665#Footnote*&text=&dir=&doclang=EN&part=1&occ=first&mode=DOC&pageIndex=0&cid=8935665#Footnote*&text=&dir=&doclang=EN&part=1&occ=first&mode=DOC&pageIndex=0&cid=8935665#Footnote*&text=&dir=&doclang=EN&part=1&occ=first&mode=DOC&pageIndex=0&cid=8935665#Footnote*&text=&dir=&doclang=EN&part=1&occ=first&mode=DOC&pageIndex=0&cid=8935665#Footnote*&text=&dir=&doclang=EN&part=1&occ=first&mode=DOC&pageIndex=0&cid=8935665#Footnote*&text=&dir=&doclang=EN&part=1&occ=first&mode=DOC&pageIndex=0&cid=8935665#Footnote*&text=&dir=&doclang=EN&part=1&occ=first&mode=DOC&pageIndex=0&cid=8935665#Footnote*

for fuck sake get a clean link if you're gonna share it
https://curia.europa.eu/juris/document/document_print.jsf?docid=247056
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>>83812043
damn right

Just checked it:
Burger vacuum 1000 W - 100 AirWatt https://www.amazon.in/Black-Decker-VM1200-B5-1-Litre-Cleaner/dp/B071WM22H7

Karcher vacuum 1000 W - 200 AirWatt

Double the succ, same energy consumption
And fish&chips before brexit were like
>muh vacuum wont succ, damn you EU, bans everything
>doesn't see their TV loicense
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>>83809523
anon, have you ever read one of those EULA's? You're basically never defined as a "purchaser" of computer software, since it's always a license to use said software that is purchased, not the software itself.

Unless that document clarifies the notion of "lawful purchaser" to also include licensees, this clause doesn't really help you do these things legally.
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>>83818911
>What is Root Of Trust
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>>83809523
>>>/pol/
Because this is a technology board, not a political board. Also, jews don't fear the EU, they already have abundant resources such as research and development lab, diverse income, strong military, and support from their golem USA. Da joos just ignore EU, even if the EU threaten them
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>all future European software companies now exclusively sell subscriptions to web apps
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>>83809523
haha
is she wearing no pants?
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>>83809830
Jews are mutts, the smart ones look white the impostors look brown
Say what you want, you can't deny that the kikes at least dogfood their own policies
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>>83813380
>free market
We don't have one.
>hurr not reel capitalism amiright?
Yes, just like how the USSR didn't have real communism unironically.
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>>83820275
>for fuck sake get a clean link if you're gonna share it
>https://curia.europa.eu/juris/document/document_print.jsf?docid=247056
At least his link was in English.
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>>83809523
anime?
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>>83821983
yes
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>>83822084
pour l'amour de la merde https://curia.europa.eu/juris/document/document_print.jsf?docid=247056&doclang=en
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>>83809523
I want to rape Noella, ripping every single strand of hair from her in the process.
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>>83809523
i don't know why but i find that tale to be highly erotic. if i plant my seed inside her womb you think we could make babies together?
>In the light of the foregoing considerations, the answer to the first question referred is that Article 5(1) of Directive 91/250 must be interpreted as meaning that the lawful purchaser of a computer program is entitled to decompile all or part of that program in order to correct errors affecting its operation, including where the correction consists in disabling a function that is affecting the proper operation of the application of which that program forms a part.
>What's the /g/ consensus on that?
>>Could this ruling be used as an argument for disabling DRM functionality of proprietary software?
seeing this part:
>entitled to decompile all or part of that program in order to correct errors affecting its operation
it would depend if they consider the drm as a separate entity. since its either some or all of the program, if they consider the drm to be apart of the main program, they could prevent being able to "decompile" the drm part, but allow the rest of the program.
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>>83809755
there are jews who protest against their own country of israel. when jews run out of goyim to jew, they will jew themselves.
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>>83809830
>they think all jews are rich banker overlords
you see thats where you're wrong. We think that jews have a very strong ingroup preference and outgroup exclusion while they preach universalism and individualism for the rest. This results in the jewish groups working *mostly* as a coherent group and gaining unfair advantages over the rest
Read culture of critique
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>>83822608
Have you taken your meds today, Anon?
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>>83822672
>We think that jews have a very strong ingroup preference and outgroup exclusion
That just means that goyim are retarded, not that Jews are evil.
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>>83809562
>literally stopping vacuum false marketing "you need 3kW vacuum's, goy!"
>still can buy high power vacuums but they are just sold in the work/industrial department and not in the home department anymore
>buying high power consumer grade vacuums in the first place
Could have used so many other valid arguments, you pick the retarded one that makes no sense.
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>>83809562
Good, the best vacuum is a broom anyway.
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>>83809562
This is why you are a literal goyim nigger cattle golem that drinks every last drop of cum out of your salve master's circumcised cock and asks for seconds.
>MAH POWAH VACUUM MUGHFUCKA
You literally deserve to get jewed. You are bred and built for it.
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>>83822855
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>>83822156
wait
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bumpo



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