Nope.It's not a piracy.It's still demo.It's not my fault that it takes time from a SAVE timer which can be changed by NBTEdit.All the secret.
It is piracy.
PCgamer used the minecraft files (they had permission from notch) and redistributed them, but the copyright of the original files still counts, and it says that you may not redistribute the minecraft files. and you did.
so its piracy;
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This will help for some of my friends who are thinking about buying Minecraft. But if this does come out it should include a tutorial, because i'm pretty sure some people will be clueless when first playing.
Does it count as piracy if I gave the demo to my friends and not my save file when the demo is publicly available on the internet? I gave it to them via something often called a thumb drive. Am I in trouble now?
... so basically I saved them the 30 seconds to navigate to that webpage
and the 0.2 to 100 second time to download. So PCGamer is allowed to distribute the demo
but I'm not allowed to distribute the demo... :mellow.gif: