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SubjectRe: Cyrix anyone?
> On what possible grounds would they lose a court case, unless it's
> patented (in which case it isn't secret)?

If the info is available only by NDA, then you would be violating a contract.
If you got the info from a crystal ball, then you are okay. If you got
the info from playing with a product, then you may be violating the terms
of use contract.

> Besides which, no one without access to Appendix H can even prove that
> this material is in Appendix H. There are strong reasons for
> believing that it is, but nothing definite.

If you are using something that does not appears in the public documentation,
would it not be logical that it does appear in the non-public docs?

> Anyway, Intel has tried to go after Collins on trademark issues, but
> they haven't succeeded in laying anything on him.

...because he changed the pages to remove the Intel-ish logo.

Well past time for linux-offtopic I think.

Andrew E. Mileski My home page
Linux Plug-and-Play Project Leader. See URL

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