Originally Posted by Rookie1337
I don't even get this...if we are all bound to EULAs (supposedly) then why isn't this man? He's more than likely got the money to buy it again and ps to mister willis you can just back up the damn files onto another drive. But maybe you should have realized that mainstream labels and industry are all about providing services (not tangible or own able products) and marketing. You aren't paying for anything else these days if you're buying from the mainstream.
We aren't bound by those rules stated in the EULAs. For example, you can probably still do a class action lawsuit against a company that forces you to sign an agreement stating that you wouldn't. The tricky part is that these cases take a lot of money that most of us don't have.
Originally Posted by sausageson
Doesn't steam do this with games as well? You don't actually own the games you are borrowing them. But I guess valve is not one of the companies you are allowed to get mad at.
Yep, on OCN Valve, Samsung and Google are considered lifetime friends who we will follow in waves in any direction that they lead us in.Edited by CrazyHeaven - 9/3/12 at 9:41am