EFF Wants Retailers To 'Warn' Consumers About DRM Lock-In On Their Product Labels

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Kimonajane

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Follow the money and you will find the culprits for unfair laws and rules. Including scumbag politicians and bureaucrats who make these over top laws and regulations which is a law without representation.
 

jeremy2020

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What a novel idea...to let people know what they're actually buying and when they don't actually "own" what they paid for...
 

ravewulf

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Good cause, but chances are it won't do much until we get money out of politics so corporations no longer have such a strong influence over our government.
 
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I volunteered for a charity making food boxes for poor people. We had a lot of expired Keurig boxes donated. Since poor people didn't have the machines, we broke open each 'k-cup' and dumped the coffee in regular coffee boxes. It takes like 200 of those little k-cups to fill out a regular coffee bag. All us volunteers couldn't believe what a scam those single serving cups are. And the huge amount of packaging, it's awful for the environment. Should be illegal.
 

DeadlyDays

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lol there is a reason I don't drink those single serve junk. Dirty water is all it is. If you can see through your coffee, it isn't coffee. buy a grinder and a French press/drip machine and save yourself. A food processor works for grinding beans if you aren't picky and you'll get way better than that cup crude or even pre-ground.
 
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