What laws protect our technology from overseas theft - name them please.
Who cares how it looks - why don't you answer the question with facts and prove me wrong?
Legally enforceable in Australia perhaps - but not overseas.
Thank you for agreeing at last.
'There is no protection for Australian technology outside Oz juristiction'.
So why do you have such a problem with creating it?
By the way - here are the links again - you couldn't possibly have read them in the time before you reposted, so here ya go.
Read them - you might learn something.
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Thanks! Communism simply looks at things in a different way. It is a business just to start a business in Australia (you have to have tried it...
Even a company that controls up to 90% of the operating systems used on PC's around the world, with its mbuttive wealth greater than some small countries, cannot protect itself without the solid backing of its government.
Can you see the point now - don't believe me - read on?
Heres a quote you can follow, link included:
ãThe ease with which industrial secrets are stolen is putting a ceiling on American investment in China by deterring investment in more sophisticated fields of manufacturing and research.ä -öCharles Martin, president, American Chamber of Commerce in China, September 16, 2004
Local American, or perhaps countries that come under joint law - but show me some cases that have been brought against any chinese companies for intellectual theft and I will shut my mouth.
As you sit there and use a system running Microsoft software. Did you buy it, ordo you use warez programs.
The clbuttic comment of a thief - 'I didn't do nuffin'.
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Existing provisions for international copyright. Dont know the name of the law, not that its relevant You seem to think you need an...
I bet you would be screaming your head off if you had the talent to proiduce a product worth selling, and you found it was being ripped off by someone else for their financial gain, and you ended up getting nothing.
Or would you just sit back and go broke and say - "That's okay - they wouldn't have bought it anyway".
Yeh - sure.
You have said I alledge the incident, which means you think I made it up - I have given you the means to contact the company and verify it, and post your findings here.
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artie morty The average person is unable to appreciate just how 'junkie' it is, or else there is no alternative available. When the average consumer goes to buy a VCR, or DVD player as they...
Ring them and ask - and post what they say.
Have you got the guts?
I didn't knock Prof Clark - you did.
Why do you always avoid verifying what you say.
Possibly because you can't?
Tell that to the Chinese - they seem to be doing okay!
You have to be a kid, a public servant, or a politician - either way, you are guaranteed of money and benefits. Things are starting to make sense.
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snip Absolutely none - that would be too easy! I only know from personal experience what I sprout on about, and that is minimal, but it...
I have given you links to verify everything I have said.
You give nothing in return - you won't even read links or contact a company when given the chance - Why?