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  1. The people behind these pirate acts should be held accountable and tried for crimes as would any other criminal.

  2. Well that and people need to inform themselves and they don’t, there are way too many gullible people out there that will click on just about anything. Rule #1 : if it sounds too good to be true then it probably is. Rule #2: Windows Updates don’t come to you by clicking a link on a webpage or email, that right there is a pretty good sign something is amiss and you should right there in your tracks. If you just pay attention it will save you tons of headaches in the end.

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