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Old 11-09-2012, 07:11 AM   #71
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Originally Posted by Akirainblack View Post
knc1 sorry what I meant was I don't understand how a judge can rule against enforcing a contractual agreement for using GPL etc as illegal (yes overly simplified).
That one is easy.
In this country, you can't contract against the law.
Plus there is a unsettled question here: "Is the GPL a contract or the same as a contract?"

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Originally Posted by Akirainblack View Post
Yet something which opens piracy to an item is perfectly legal.
That one is also easy.
The decision did not affect the definition of piracy, piracy is still piracy.

PS: This forum is not the place for legal discussions. Write your law makers.
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