Originally Posted by seamonster
Can't blame somebody for this. It's always easier to hide behind cute emoicon bullshit than to actually engage in a discussion on intellectual property and proprietary software. Personally I've written scripts that leverage big boy programming languages and the shit ain't easy, and I have no patience for morbidly obese fat jerk offs that think they can just own everything for free because it's online.
You really are illustrating that you're clueless.
He was being prosecuted by the feds, when JSTOR claimed they suffered no loss, and asked the feds NOT to pursue prosecution.