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SubjectRe: Can't use SYSFS for "Proprietry" driver modules !!!.
On Mon, Mar 28, 2005 at 11:31:53AM +0200, Jan Engelhardt wrote:
>
> >> > How do you define "proven in court"?
> >> >
> >> > Decided by an US judge based on US laws?
> >> > Decided by a German judge based on German laws?
> >> > Decided by a Chinese judge based on Chinese laws?
> >> > ...
> >>
> >> OK, I was talking about US courts since that case was done in the US.
>
> >And a court decision in e.g. the USA might not have any influence on a
> >court decision in e.g. Germany.
>
> I got a different impression. The US has "the biggest houses, the biggest
> cars, ..." (Supersize me), so if something happens in the US, other countries
> watch it more closely as if it was the other way round.

German judges still decide based on German laws.

E.g. it might be legal in the USA to preppare a war of aggression, but
in Germany the preparation alone will bring you into prison for at least
ten years.

The USA might have influence on changes in the laws of other countries,
but there will never be an 1:1 mapping between the laws.

> Jan Engelhardt

cu
Adrian

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