Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 14th Aug 2009 22:34 UTC
Legal We've got some intriguing news about the Apple vs. Psystar case. The depositions where Apple asked questions to Psystar are now over, and now it's time for Psystar to hold depositions of several people in the very highest echelons in Apple. Psystar's new lawyer team takes a more open approach to the lawsuit, and has now published the list of Apple people that will be testifying, and is also asking for community input.
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RE: Owning and licencing
by mpxlbs on Sat 15th Aug 2009 11:32 UTC in reply to "Owning and licencing"
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"Buying a copy of OSX means you get a license to install and use it on one computer."

Not trying to be a smartass or anything but

If I buy a copy of OSX, I did not agree to a single thing.
If I however, boot it up and click on some sort of Agree button, I agree to the license.
As far as I'm concerned, it's allowed to (if you own a mac) to sell your mac onwards, like any other object.

What psystar is doing, as far as I know, is building a computer and bundle osx (and the license) with it.

So as far as I know, nobody broke any laws, even if the EULA was valid.

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