Anyway I don't know what you are trying to prove, but I do not see any point in the discussion
I'd rather not. You don't seem to understand simple law so - no thanks. That does not change the fact that you are still wrong. But do as you like - just hope that you won't get caught.
Now You are trying to manipulate the discusion. Once again - there is nothing wrong to share your library on steam as long as steam allows it to you. Simple. Please do not change the meaning of my words..
I think Marko is, at least partially, referring to the part where you state that
'Digital product = physical product
I buy and I can do anything with it, sell it, rent it, etc. "
Which is clearly not the case when you buy something on Steam, for the simple fact that you're buying a license to use. This in itself makes both statements incorrect.