Alfred M. Szmidt
ams at gnu.org
Fri Feb 10 02:44:29 CST 2017
> > Apple is slightly different -- the licence for Mac OS X stipulates
> > that you're only allowed to run it on Apple-branded hardware. This is
> > somewhere between rare and unique, though, and it has recently been
> > relaxed slightly to permit use of hypervisors.
> EULAs have the same value as toilet paper and should be used for the same
> Legally, they can and have been enforced. So their value is not nil
> when it comes to screwing up someone.
I'd love to see more info on when one was successfully enforced on an
Wikipedia is a good start.
ProCD, Inc. v. Zeidenberg
Microsoft v. Harmony Computers
Novell v. Network Trade Center
Ariz. Cartridge Remanufacturers Ass'n v. Lexmark Int'l, Inc.
More information about the cctech