[MLB-WIRELESS] UPDATED - HardwareZ 4 Sale
vak at alphalink.com.au
Tue Oct 29 12:20:45 EST 2002
Just because support has ceased for a product does not mean it is suddenly a
free for all.
As far as individual authors are concerned, copyright lapses 50 years after
the authors death. (You can see a lot of Elvis fans waiting for this one).
I am unsure of how this applies to corporations and trusts.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "vak" <vak at alphalink.com.au>
>To: "Smcguane [BizTech IT]" <smcguane at biztechit.com.au>
>Cc: <melbwireless at wireless.org.au>
>Sent: Tuesday, October 29, 2002 9:38 AM
>Subject: Re: [MLB-WIRELESS] UPDATED - HardwareZ 4 Sale
>> Hi Shaun,
>> Mr Teh has said what he did because as a group, we can be adversly
>> by allowing activity which may be considered illegal go without warning.
>> I hate to say it, but politically we need to play our cards right, so that
>> parties see that we takes these matters seriously.
>I understand that William of Redmond & his merry men discontinued support
>for Win 3.x & Win95 some years back, maybe even Win98 is included too
>although its undoubtedly the most common operating system currently used in
>the small business world. Wonder what the legalities are in respect of
>'pirate' software that the developer has effectively 'disowned' ?? Doesn't
>all 'intellectual right' expire after a certain period anyway ??
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