But Serial can be transferred.... it have already happen... and more... a guy here have post that he have proof to Stardock that he was the owner of the CD/DVD by given the nummer embedded on the disk inner ring... and miracle, he receive a new serial...
There is no automated process for detaching a serial key, and having a serial key tied to an account is unnecessary to begin with. There wouldn't be any problems if the serial key didn't have to be tied to an account.
You have never seek a solution in these topic, only rant about Stardock...
I returned the game many weeks ago. Pay attention.
They don't try to kill second hand sales, they're not greedy
killing second hand sales, that's a fact
. And that makes them greedy.
Geez, did I even mention your name? In fact, that post wasn't even targetted at you, it was a reply to Zubaz who talked about not feeding trolls.Sure...
You have adamantly argued that you are not a troll, and yet when people talk about trolls, you say that they are actually talking about you. Geez, make up your mind, do you want to be a troll or not?
That doesn't even make any sense. If people are accusing me of trolling and I acknowledge that they are doing so and post a counter-argument, it means that I'm admitting that I'm a troll? What?
Where did you redefine the meaning of "original post"?
That's not the same thing. I didn't change the topic. I've already explained this.
Locked keys to Impulse Accounts -> SD is greedy -> Warning Labels.
Wait, what? You are saying that because more than one subject has been discussed during the course of this thread (shocking), I'm guilty of arbitrarily changing the subject mid-debate for no valid reason? Uh...
Regardless of whether you are right or wrong, you would get a better reception to your ideas if you were be polite. Are you able to be polite?
I'm not entirely sure what relevance politeness or the lack of it is supposed to have in the context of this thread.
Go check with a lawyer if you do not believe me. Governments cannot enact laws without telling people - that's what congress/parliament/etc are for.
No, I'm pretty sure the North Korean government can do whatever they want to. Or some other similiar government, or some hypothetical government (since the example itself was hypothetical and made for the purposes of illustrating a point).
Geez, go Google it for crying out loud.
In my example ignorance of the law would be a valid defense. That's an indisputable fact. Likewise, if a company employee made a mistake because the company hadn't briefed him about some new policy, ignorance would be a valid defense.
But he's repeating his points over and over again, as if repeating it 100 times will allow him to win this debate
That's because people keep bringing up the same arguments over and over as if they hadn't read the thread (hmm).