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July 14, 2008

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_FrnchFrgg_

“Because the U.S. has a legal system that respects and encourages the development of the Internet, and France, so far, does not"

Before the push for the DADVSI, there wasn't any DCMA-like law in France, so in fact it was more Internet-friendly than the US. And note that software patents still aren't valid in France, and that is also more Internet-friendly, think one-click patents and all those stupid things that trolls can use to make money (and hurting the internet at the same time, not that they care...)

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