> > >I think you want to be careful. I disagree with this position.
> > Most bundled
> > >OEM software is licensed to the computer that has the equipment
> > attached. I
> > >would carefully read the license agreement before sending it to your son.
> > >It's not worth risking his career over this piece of software.
> > I don't know
> > >about the military, but at the company I work at, it is a 'fireable'
> > >offense.
> > You're absolutely right. I'll ask him to find out from his CO
> > exactly what
> > is permitted and what isn't and meanwhile research the EULA more
> > carefully
> > myself.
At 10:06 21-09-01 -0400, Austin Franklin wrote:
>These software EULAs can say/claim anything they want, but the law can be
>entirely different than what they claim! I do not know your specific
>situation, and I am in no way endorsing software piracy.
Let's not inadvertently misdirect the issue here. There is no question of
piracy and frankly I don't know why you'd even bring it up. I will either
give the entire package to a relative or discard it because I don't have
any need for it personally. Ownership transfer will occur only when and if
I find out that it is legal to do it.
Cary Enoch Reinstein aka Enoch's Vision, Inc., Peach County, Georgia
http://www.enochsvision.com/, http://www.bahaivision.com/ -- "Behind all
these manifestations is the one radiance, which shines through all things.
The function of art is to reveal this radiance through the created object."