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2-04-2009 @ 8:11PM
Hmm .. interesting.Does this mean because of this precedent, if say Microsoft put a clause in their Windows OS Licensing Agreement that forbids you from ridiculing them, some of you who often say bad things about Microsoft can actualy be sued for this agreement violation.Or a similar clause in Microsoft Visual Studio to stop people from making software that competes with Microsoft products.That is great! I am a big fan of Microsoft you see and I want them to get bigger and get the monopoly of the software market. And this precedent is a step in the right direction.
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