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Lol, you guys all gawk at the "cloud" like it's a new technology. This stuff is way old, back in the day they were called Mainframes. All it is, is rebranded tech.

That said, I could already do this; why would I use the cloud?
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Problem!: Cloud = using company storage = higher cost for bandwidth for company.

Plus!: Less piracy may far outweigh this problem, or will it? Because recording it as it plays, as well as the fact that the bandwidth and networking will be massive.
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You can't do that legally as far as I know, digital copies notwithstanding.



Please, spare us the childish diatribes, alright. No one is impressed by you "sticking it to the man."
It's funny how expressing one's beliefs means you're trying to impress people. Some world.
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