[sldev] My question about intellectual property and Second Life

Jason Giglio gigstaggart at gmail.com
Sat Aug 30 06:39:36 PDT 2008

Michael Schlenker wrote:
> For example most shrink-wrap EULAs targeting private customers are
> technically null and void in germany because contract law demands that
> the customer reads them before he buys, which you usually do not or
> cannot even do, you only can read them when you install the product. So
> being valid in California and Texas might be good but doesn't help you
> if you leave those states with any involved party.

It's not a given that they are valid throughout the US.  In the states
that did not pass the UCITA (48 of them), EULAs are on shaky legal ground.


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