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5-06-2008 @ 11:31PM
The article's pretty short, and quite interesting. It's packed with neat info about the state of software sales, EULAs, etc.. If you were interested enough to click on the comments link for this story, you're interested enough to click over to the main article. :)The link I'm referring to is:http://www.publicknowledge.org/node/1546It makes Blizzard's claim of copyright infringement out to be quite plainly ludicrous. So why would they bother? Well, there's also this part:"There’s a big legal difference between what happens when you breach a contract and when you infringe copyright. Generally speaking, the idea with contract remedies is that if you break a contract, you have to pay the other person what they’ve lost due to the breach. In copyright infringement, though, you pay a minimum of $750 per infringed work, and up to $150,000 for willful damages, no matter how little the copyright holder has lost."
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