[opensource-dev] "Second-Party" viewer policy (was: Third party viewer policy)

David Simmons techiedavid at gmail.com
Sun Feb 28 21:29:07 PST 2010

This is what LL say:
8e We may enforce this Policy in our sole discretion, including but
not limited to by removing a Third-Party Viewer from the Viewer
Directory and suspending or terminating the Second Life accounts of
Developers or users of a Third-Party Viewer. We further reserve the
right to take any and all technological measures we deem appropriate
to block a Third-Party Viewer from accessing Second Life, and to
pursue any and all legal and equitable remedies.

Don't see how any of that enforcement can be applied to another grid
other than SL.

On Sun, Feb 28, 2010 at 8:08 AM, Argent Stonecutter
<secret.argent at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2010-02-26, at 05:27, David Simmons wrote:
>> The common sense rules apply. If you are not connecting to the LL
>> grid, Linden Lab can't make any policy regarding what you do. They
>> don't need a policy saying that they can't make a policy telling you
>> what to do on another grid.
> Is that a legal opinion?
> Words MEAN different things when lawyers are involved.
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