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Fine, go for it. Mods with credits or notices or nags? Again, fair enough. Mods that ask for donations? All of these can sit comfortably within free computing. Mods that attempt to restrict the way in which I use my software on my computer? Blacklists and/or DRM checks go against the principles of free computing and the principles of modding itself.

I recognized that it's licensed under MIT and that anyone can remove the check at will, but the original software contains malicious code and so this modder should not be supported. [QUOTE=SGTNAPALM;52214840]Paid mods? Fine, go for it. Mods with credits or notices or nags? Again, fair enough.

Mods that ask for donations? All of these can sit comfortably within free computing. Mods that attempt to restrict the way in which I use my software on my computer? Blacklists and/or DRM checks go against the principles of free computing and the principles of modding itself. I recognized that it's licensed under MIT and that anyone can remove the check at will, but the original software contains malicious code and so this modder should not be supported.[/QUOTE] Then don't install it or pirate the game then?:what.

[QUOTE=SGTNAPALM;52214840]Paid mods? Fine, go for it. Mods with credits or notices or nags? Again, fair enough. Mods that ask for donations? All of these can sit comfortably within free computing.

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Mods that attempt to restrict the way in which I use my software on my computer? Blacklists and/or DRM checks go against the principles of free computing and the principles of modding itself. I recognized that it's licensed under MIT and that anyone can remove the check at will, but the original software contains malicious code and so this modder should not be supported.[/QUOTE] the mental gymnastics required for this could potentially be the catalyst for a new type of olympic sport just. Don't install it? Going to repost what I said in the other thread about this: [QUOTE=elixwhitetail;52211247]It's one thing to have an anti-piracy check in your mod to encourage people to buy the game - I think this would make developers smile, and only pirates would bitch. It's another thing to come in on your high horse like it's a camel and its hump is stuffed up your ass.

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Now you're creating negative press for the game and pissing off everyone who has a problem with pompous pricks, which is a lot more than just software pirates.[/QUOTE]. [QUOTE=SGTNAPALM;52214840]Paid mods?

Fine, go for it. Mods with credits or notices or nags? Again, fair enough. Mods that ask for donations? All of these can sit comfortably within free computing. Mods that attempt to restrict the way in which I use my software on my computer? Blacklists and/or DRM checks go against the principles of free computing and the principles of modding itself.

I recognized that it's licensed under MIT and that anyone can remove the check at will, but the original software contains malicious code and so this modder should not be supported.[/QUOTE] You're ok with paid mods but not anti-piracy mods that's not idiotic at all. [QUOTE=J!NX;52214964]You're ok with paid mods but not anti-piracy mods that's not idiotic at all[/QUOTE] You can have free (as in libre) software that isn't free (as in beer). There's nothing incompatible in free software with commercializing software. [editline]11th May 2017[/editline] [QUOTE=Ryo Ohki;52214937]If this mod prevents you from using it, that software most certainly isn't yours[/QUOTE] When GFWL was still around, I had a few games that used it.

Batman: Arkham Asylum, GTA IV, Bioshock 2. Even though I legally owned those games, I still chose to crack them because I chose to run the games without DRM. I don't own many Denuvo games, and the ones I do own are also cracked or have had their DRM stripped away in later updates. I can own software, and still remove the restrictive DRM. This mod goes directly against the user's ability to remove this restrictive software. This is what the DMCA guys wanted, albeit on a very minor level.

[QUOTE=SGTNAPALM;52214840]my software[/QUOTE] Firstly, that is not 'your' software, you can only have the license to use it (if you bought it). Secondly, the creator of the mod can do whatever he wants with his code as long as developers of the game are okay with it and he doesn't break their license. He made it for free and it's even open source. Thirdly, there are other mods which do the same SKSE/F4SE for example. [QUOTE=SGTNAPALM;52214840].the original software contains malicious code and so this modder should not be supported.[/QUOTE] If you open [url]you can find that part: [QUOTE] THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED 'AS IS', WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. Gta vice city. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.