Existing provisions for international copyright. Dont know the name of the law, not that its relevant
You seem to think you need an "idea" to create economic success in Australia - in fact you dont, as Australia is already economically successful
I notice you couldnt refute this point . . .
Once agian, f*cking idiots
How many more billions do Microsoft have to make? You seriously think they are going to go broke without some kind of "protection"?
Youre making the claim that they cant sue in China, so YOU get to prove it
THATS how it works
I'm using an old system from 1999, I bought a licence for Win98SE with it, thanks
The artist didnt lose because I wouldnt have bought their product. No different to taping their song off the radio. If I wasnt allowed to do that, I still wouldnt buy their product
Thats the difference, the artist hasnt produced a product worth selling
There is NO financial gain if I have downloaded a track off the internet which I wouldnt have bought
How do I go broke if they wouldnt have bought it anyway?
Its an allegation by Jands, not by you
What do you think they will say? Ask the Chinese and what do you think they would say?
You indicated the deaf need some special treatment ie "what have you done for the deaf lately"
And the Australians, and the Americans . . .
None to either
Australia is in a very good financial position at present, simple as that. Low unemployment, low inflation, low interest rates. What else do you want?
Why would I?