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Out of interest, why does CTL need ROL to acknowledge the breaches? It sounds like a combination of ego-boosting, and making end-users blame ROL for CTL not distributing copies to other people. What if ROL *havn't* breached their licence, or if it is down the interpretation, and they just want to put a spin on holding all the cards to try to make it look as if they tried, but in reality they've just put ROL between a rock and a hard place? All just violent speculation, of course...

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