Don't feel like reading the damn thing myself but in the event that a class-action lawsuit were required for some reason the courts would allow it regardless of what the EULA said. That's not something you can just right off in fine print. --- firstname.lastname@example.orgGhz, XFX Radeon HD 6870, ASUS P8Z68-V/Gen3, 2x4GB G.Skill DDR3 1600, Crucial M4 64GB SSD, WD Caviar Blue 1TB HDD, XFX Pro650W Core, Corsair 650D
hitokiri13 Posted 5/30/2012 7:01:59 PM
How does it feels when you buy copy of Windows then they get sued. Instead of money going to there product it goes to lawyers and people who think they could get at least 1000 USD off of it but recieve 4 USD. It eventually doesn't do **** anyway in long run. Look at Netflix's on Walmart example plus doesn't even bother us at all.
That article is written by crying lawyers. QQ moar lawyers QQ moar.
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darkstar4221 Posted 5/30/2012 7:11:33 PM
Well if Microsoft would actually provide a decent product people wouldn't sue. But because microsoft has a monopoly with poor customer service, and they get caught up the intangibles of licensing fees in software (ie copyright), than it's no surprise that MS is constantly getting sued.
ConHuevos Posted 5/30/2012 7:26:46 PM
EULA's aren't laws so it means nothing --- http://static.funnyjunk.com/pictures/cool79.jpg http://img696.imageshack.us/img696/547/lolprx.jpg