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SubjectRe: [OT] Module Licensing?
Alan-

Come on, this is the US. You sue BOTH the web site AND the browser
user (and the browser, the browser maker, the ISP that provided access,
Sun for designing Java with this capability, ...) :-)

On Thu, Nov 01, 2001 at 12:43:28AM +0000, Alan Cox wrote:
> > Too bad those who drafted the GPL were not (competent) lawyers, either.
>
> Actually the GPL was drafted by lawyers. Any license when you dig at the
> edges of how to exploit it gets just as nebulous, as horribly enough does
> copyright law.
>
> The merging one is analogous to other fun things like in the US if a java
> applet violates a patent when executed is it the web site or the browser
> user who broke the rules...
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