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by Tim Lee on November 7, 2008 · 12 comments
Legally enforceable? Discuss in the comments…
Tim Lee / Timothy B. Lee (Contributor, 2004-2009) is an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute. He is currently a PhD student and a member of the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University. He contributes regularly to a variety of online publications, including Ars Technica, Techdirt, Cato @ Liberty, and The Angry Blog. He has been a Mac bigot since 1984, a Unix, vi, and Perl bigot since 1998, and a sworn enemy of HTML-formatted email for as long as certain companies have thought that was a good idea. You can reach him by email at email@example.com.
Courtesy of Miles Barnett who posted this link at TechDirt” <a href=”http://www.boingboing.net/2007/01/25/reas… – the anti-EULA
I questioned the validity of EULAs a few months ago and Jeffrey Tucker of the Mises Blog responded and got quite a bit of responses regarding the matter.
I do not think it should be legally enforceable. As for whether or not it can be is an entirely different matter. The State's capacity for violent coercion knows no bounds; in the order of things, enforcement of EULAs are a trivial matter to them.
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