Are you kidding me? Following that logic nobody owns their own money at their bank account, because all they have is possession of their pin code. Jesus Christ...
jarfilPlatinum | QC: BTC 176, BCH 22, CC 20 | r/Linux 296 months ago
With fractional reserve and credit as money, it's even funnier than that: not even the bank owns all the money you own on your own bank account, because all they have is a contracted right to write a certain number in a certain ledger at a certain point in time, which usually doesn't match your full balance.
Holy shit. Please do not tell me you did research and still somehow believe you own the money in your bank.
If **anyone** at a high enough position at your bank was to determine you got that money through some sketchy method, even just because they felt like it, you would be completely and utterly fucked. You’d have to take them to court to get it back and *even if you did win*, you’d spend more than the average American has in their account, in court fees.
You don’t own shit. It’s a piece of paper or a number on a screen. Wake up.
You don't own the money in your bank account, but that is a separate issue. You also don't just have a pin code for your bank, you have a contract. There is also legislation in most places specifically for banking which do not apply to cryptocurrency anywhere yet as far as I am aware.
Well you can't steal knowledge.I agree though, it can hardly be a theft, when the key is the only way to access it.
alucard291Silver | QC: CC 42 | r/Buttcoin 202 | r/AMD 806 months ago
The only reason I still come to this place is for hot takes like this one.
I swear to god this sub is becoming /r/Iam14andthisisdeep's sister sub by the day.
Yes you can steal knowledge. It is a thing that gets done on the daily, and there are believe it or not even laws against it.
And yes, you can steal the key. You simply torture a person until they give it up.