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RE: filmscanners: The Nikon 4000 and Genuine Fractals




> At 14:22 21-09-01 -0400, you wrote:
> > > 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 did not mention piracy at all in relation to your specific
> issue, and as
> >far as you were concerned there was no question of piracy.  I
> only mentioned
> >piracy in relation to my statement of possibly "ignoring"
> (certain clauses
> >in) EULAs.  I never believed your situation could be characterized in any
> >sense as piracy!
>
>
> Please accept my sincerest apologies for overreacting and being
> so touchy.
> I have no acceptable excuse for it:-( I'm just jittery because my
> son is in
> the USAF and I want to see him safe and don't want to
> inadvertently create
> a problem for him.

Apology appreciated, but certainly not necessary.  I completely understand
and would probably feel the exact same way!




 




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