Thread: Question for Catfish

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    Question for Catfish


    I just stopped by your FTP, and you got some great stuff there!

    Quick Q: Is it legal?
    I'm going off to the University, and I'd rather not have any pirated materials on my comp, but if they are legit, they are great!

    It seems like something for nothing, which usually means stealing, but I was wondering if you could elaborate.

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    It's full of stars adrianxw's Avatar
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    This should have been a PM.
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    Registered User Dual-Catfish's Avatar
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    Some of them are perfectly legal... others, well, no. A lot of the books sold today come with an electronic copy, and thats where most of the material comes from.

    Most of this material is freely avalible on the web if you know where to search (i'm not talking about warez sites or anything related)

    If you want to know whether a particular book is 'legal' for you to own, PM me and i'll take a look.
    Last edited by Dual-Catfish; 06-23-2002 at 12:07 PM.

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    I better call the cops. Catfish is illegal

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    Originally posted by Driveway
    I better call the cops. Catfish is illegal
    All your warez are belong to us!

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