gene.heskett at verizon.net
Mon Feb 14 17:03:24 UTC 2005
On Monday 14 February 2005 11:50, Gene Heskett wrote:
>On Monday 14 February 2005 06:38, Paul Howarth wrote:
Paul: My reply all to you bounced. Why are my email messages to you
being bounced? Some twaddle about verizon not having a working
postmaster address, something which I have absolutely no control
>>kishore chalakkal wrote:
>>> (UN)justice of microsoft:
>>> In a little state of India (kerala) microsoft made a contract 3
>>> years ago with the education dept. to use MS products in schools,
>>> obviuosly without the permission to copy software. Both Win e
>>> Linux were in curriculum. Following the contract, the govt gave
>>> training to teachers in win ( and being a poor state, copied the
>>> software.) MS was silent of this well known fact till the govt.
>>> kicked out linux from schools. Now they are facing a case from
>>> MS. but the whole infrastructure is in win. Poor guys...
>>> (source: www.deepika.com)
>>Where's the injustice here? Software was copied in violation of the
>>license terms and the consequences are now being faced. If the MS
>>software couldn't be afforded legally, it shouldn't have been
>> selected in the first place.
>Well, IMNSHO, M$ lost their chance to squawk in court forever with
>regard to this particular public agency, when they did not squawk
> the first time they became aware of the copying going on. Here, we
> would call it entrapment.
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