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ALEX: So, Sis, how goes the battle against the anti-gaming forces of Greece?
ALICE: Well, we’ve been flooding the black market with copies of “Age of Umpires.” Our next step is to go on TV and accuse Greece’s law of “encouraging piracy.”
ALICE: Yes. It’s going to be expensive and time-consuming, but well worth it. Ultimately, Greece will be viewed as a lesson in government regulation gone horribly awry. It’s a perfect plan. Foolproof, even.
ALEX: What if I told you that the Greek courts just found their law unconstitutional?
ALICE: Then I’d make a mental note: in the future, plans must not only be foolproof, but proof against people with common sense.