Re: what graphic card to buy?
On Tue, 17 Jul 2012 21:45:56 -0500
"Christofer C. Bell" <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 17, 2012 at 8:16 AM, Gary Dale <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > A company is not a person and cannot have rights. All it should have is the
> > obligation to obey laws and regulations affecting its operations - just as
> > an automobile, another construct, must conform to all regulatory standards.
> > The notion that a car should have rights is as laughable as the notion a
> > business should have rights.
> I see you're from Canada (hi, Rogers!) so this while it's an alien
> concept to you, welcome to the United States, the country that exports
> most of it's IP law, where nVidia is based, where ATI (ironically, a
> Canadian company) does most of its business, and where corporations
> are people.
> It may by laughable to you on the outside looking it. It's terrifying
> to us down here to live under it.
Other countries do not grant corporations economic rights, such as the
right to IP? Other countries do not allow companies that design
hardware the right to their design?