Ports on Macbook
julianwissmann at gmail.com
Tue Mar 3 12:07:20 PST 2009
Am 03.03.2009 um 13:40 schrieb Luigi Iannone:
This is not right. The US doesn't recognize the judging of any other
country according to proskauerguide, nor do any other countries have
to recognize US law or judging. You are saying that basically every
country that has signed Internation Commercial Agreement basically
subordinates their own laws which is not the case. Their own laws come
> The EULA states:
> "This License will be governed by and construed in accordance with
> the laws of the State of California,.."
> Since I assume that Sweden has signed international commercial
> agreements with the USA, I think that it odes not matter what the
> Swedish law says about signing or not a license agreement, in this
> specific case the law of California applies.
> On Mar 3, 2009, at 13:29 , Bernt Hansson wrote:
>> FBSD UG said the following on 2009-03-03 09:25:
>>> On 2 mrt 2009, at 20:22, Bernt Hansson wrote:
>>>> FBSD UG skrev:
>>>>> You're not buying the software, you buy a license to use it on one
>>>>> Apple computer.
>>>> Mostly semantics, if I name my computer "APPLE" Then it's
>>>> "legal" to
>>>> install. Crap, if I buy it I can install it on ANY computer. Does
>>>> have to be a computer named "APPLE" it could be "IBM", "HP" or
>>>> any other
>>>> brand or non brand.
>>> did you sign all Swedish laws then?
>> Kind of way, yes, since I voted in the election 2006
>>> How is Apple going to prevent illegal copying?
>> They have the copyright laws, as I stated before.
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