"...I don't have time to read all that stuff," he says. "The
type's too small, and there's too much literature to try to
understand. I assume they're not going to track me down if I don't
do exactly what they want me to. It's not Big Brother out
"Maybe not yet, but legislation being considered in nearly every
state -- and now law in Virginia and Maryland -- could allow them
to do exactly that."
"The $140 billion software industry, including such heavyweights
as Microsoft Corp. and America Online, has mounted a quiet but
intense lobbying effort to bring uniformity to state digital
licensing laws and make contracts more binding."
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