I am trying to delete this question....why can I not?
are netflix and quicksilverscreen legal?
What part of CLOSED do people not understand? Please stop commenting on closed threads, or we will be forced to lower karma points so that you can't do so. I'm not trying to be mean. However, it's not right/fair/cool to continue replying to threads which have been closed. If they're closed, they're that way for a reason.
ok. sorry i was just trying to find out wheter those were actually legal
Answer by Kat
Sep 03, 2010 at 03:59 AM
Yes. We don't allow discussion of illegal activities here, so I'm closing this question. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Kat....I totally agree with you, that promoting illegal material is wrong....and that is not what I am doing....but consuming illegal content online is a big deal these days....so it is worth debating....keeping your eyes and ears closed does not make it go away.
My eyes and ears are certainly not closed. However, this question was closed for a reason, and I would appreciate it if you LEAVE it that way. Our policy is to not allow any discussion of illegal activities... which includes "debating" them. :-)
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