From: Groepaz (groepaz_at_gmx.net)
Date: 2004-06-21 11:02:15
On Sunday 20 June 2004 20:49, Steve Judd wrote: > I suspect the same is true of C=, Epyx, etc. When C= went under and > everything was auctioned off, some people were asking what happened to the > chip templates etc. (for the purposes of really understanding VIC and SID, > instead of reverse-engineering). My recollection is that nobody knew -- > they are just gone, and nobody knows where. Tulip certainly doesn't have > them. My guess also is that they/Ironstone used cracked versions of > Summer Games in their thingie. Wonder where they got them from? what is even more funny, IF they used cracked/hacked/whatever versions of the games, THEY are breaking copyright law. as stupid as it sounds, a crack intro and/or a cracked modified version is the crackers IP and you can not release/spread/commercially exploit it without the crackers consent. ofcourse that whole scenario is somewhat bizarre (what cracker would be stupid enough to try to enforce his rights and admit breaking the law -as in cracking the software- at the same time...) but it certainly exists. gpz Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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