Death by Microsoft Windows 10, update.
Exhibit N0: 1
One dead Lap Top.
The Notification: (read out), “update in progress“.
Circumstances Surrounding the Facts:
Time of Crime: 12:am. At the strike of the mid-night hour,
Windows 10 update, was imposed on the complainant’s PC, namely Ms LILY VON VALLEY, without any due Notice, to the detriment of her work and the death of her computer. It was, during the attempt to switch it off that an ‘automatic’ update started taking place, which MS VALLEY had then first noticed. Describing it, as a violation that trespassed her permission’s settings, with the process taking a great length of time – In fact, it was still in ‘progress’ the next day – the Complainant fell into a slumber, but without meaning to, while waiting for the update to complete. Waking up after an hour, or, there abouts. Glancing, at her PC, between a state of sleep and waking, slowly becoming aware that her, dear, little lap top, had died immortalised in a Window’s frame, dark and lifeless. Failing to open, or flash its, little green and orange eyes, ever since they had closed, and it remained muted, neither bleeping nor beeping, since the update began.
Does this not constitute an act of murder, and should MicroSoft Software take responsibly, for that act?
How do you Plead Mr MICROSOFT?
Not Guilty, Your Honour
Verdict of the Jury: Guilty.
MR MICROSOFT, you have been convicted of an electrifying crime. You , knowingly, and without regard, towards either MS LILY VON VALLEY or her laptop, did impose upon the two, a Windows’s 10 software update, which according to the Techopsy Report, had directly affected death to, the said property. MR MICROSOFT, this Court finds you, thus, guilty of Death By Microsoft.
You have acted recklessly and exhibited gross negligence, by trespassing the property of another, enforcing a deadly strain of software, without due diligence but, with stark ignorance of the boundaries, which the Law does not, and must not condone, you did impose an automatic update breaking the security barriers.
I, therefore, sentence you, to:
1) replace Ms Lily Von Valley’s lifeless PC with another living one, in less than 24hrs. In the choice of her specifications.
2) Provide a service to MS LILY VON VALLEY, whereby, resting upon you personally to attend her property (none of this remote business, or sending your personnel), as, and when, she calls, to remedy any future ailments, viruses, freezes, breakdowns or such like computer deficiencies, whether associated with the crimes of your conviction or not, for it will serve to heighten remorse and as well as reflection.
3)Sentence length: 10 years.
4)Conditions: without reprieve or appeal.
Order Order – the Court wishes to clarify that, you have the right to Appeal, but in the case that you should, the Court will exert it’s right of discretion and withhold from you that right, under the Universal Law of Moral Acts, Clause: 2:3 ‘Eye for an Eye’, in The Book of The Law.