Jared Stier Posted January 26, 2011 Share Posted January 26, 2011 Jake, you can also set your website, if you have one, to not allow it to be viewed by specific dns of cretin countries. It's a little complicated but worth the research if this becomes a problem. Also, as has been stated, International law on copyright is only for a very select few items such as movies and music. You can go after the distributors so that they can not sell it to anyone within your country, European union, or the united states as we all linked copyright laws as far as creative works go. Hope you can get some sort of way to nail the bastards, or at least if they want to sell them demand a royalty. Practice random acts of Viking Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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