Even funnier then the cartoon, I find the attempt to block copying the
Sorry, apparently I briefly channeled Yoda.
seriously think a simple screen print won't work? Or - the really low tech
method - taking a picture of the computer screen with a camera. Ya know... like
the one on your phone. Sure... on my phone it's a bit blurry - but that's not
really the point when it comes to an attempt to try and stop unauthorized
(notice I didn't say illegal) copying in such a technical age as we live
And then there's viewing the source and seeing the URL direct to the
image - which can be entered and the cartoon presented directly in another tab
of your browser.
I guess it's just another case of not understanding the
simple technology in use all around us and the many, many ways that would need
to be blocked to truly prevent copying.
... is my
taking a photo of the image on screen technically in breach of the digital
prevention measure that was applied and make me a potential candidate for a DMCA
I don't really need anyone to answer that - it's more of a
rhetorical question that shows how badly worded the DMCA Laws
Imagine your 3 year old learning how to use a camera and without
thinking about it taking such a photo. Ooohhh... the criminal mastermind at
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