10th okt, 2011

No dogs flayed alive pirating this software!

Last week I read a story about counterfeit Ugg boots made in China . The boots featured fur from raccoon dogs. The animals were treated unusually cruel and skinned while still alive.  The boots were then sold to unknowing customers ignorant of the goods bloody production history.

A story like that will horrify most and drive customers away from the fakes and towards the original goods, which is good.

One of the problems about digital piracy is that there are no dogs being flayed, no children being exploited just because you buy a pirated Windows 7. The victimless crime will not scare away the consumers.

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