running OSX 'legally'
scott at cdroo.com
Thu Jul 12 12:49:55 CDT 2007
From: "Peter Alcibiades" <palcibiades-first at yahoo.co.uk>
> Generally you cannot, at least in the EU, tell people what to do with what
> they have bought, after they have bought it. One suspects the lack of
> cases is discretion triumphing over valour.
I'm not an expert on the EU and IANAL. But one could argue (as most EULA's
do) that you did not buy it but rather licensed it and that you only own the
physical medium and not the content on that medium. Precedent being
strongly set by the music industry.
> And this is one thing that will make the release of Leopard for MacIntel
> in full, bootable, non-upgrade form so very interesting...
I don't understand what you mean here??? What is significant about "Leopard
for MacIntel in full, bootable, non-upgrade" as opposed to Tiger for
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