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Cursor Theft Preventer with Cursor Confusion

a startup idea shared by Dray Crouse on 09/07/2015

Lots of PCs are being controlled by their owner, but when the owners leave other people move the cursor and do other stuff, Then when you get back it's called Cursor Thief, So I present a new app called "Cursor Confusion"! This idea will end Digital Theft and Confuse others, Idea of it is that if you get tired of stolen cursors and unexpected apps and e.t.c, you can use cursor confusion, it places cursors all over the screen and the amount can be changed in the .ini file, but this idea must be in a .zip, otherwise people will infect the file with viruses, First, code in some cursors, Second, Code Lots of movement so the user never suspects, Third, Program clicking on best stuff to it, and the cursors grab the original cursors so that the cursor can interact with cursor changements, Fourth, Release a beta, so if anyone is broke they can get the beta instead of being limited by full version. And the rest, you got the idea.

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