MARK: So, are you at all worried about this whole Greece thing?
ALICE: What? Oh, that. No, not really. Actually, I’m hoping we can find a way to make their law banning all computer games work to our advantage.
MARK: How do you plan to do that?
ALICE: Oh, well, we start by flooding Greece’s black market with pirated copies of our game. Then we complain to the Greek government that their black market is flooded with pirated copies of our game.
MARK: I see.
ALICE: Then we make a lot of noise in the press about how banning software only encourages piracy.