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In England this ruling would never have happened :-)
We have the 'Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999'.
A good example of an unfair contract term is a 'Ladybird' (Penguin) book purchase - they still specifically state 'not for resale' in their sale terms but the right to resell any book in the UK has been cited as a example use of the above Act during a house of commons select committee meeting.
Surely in the US you have a similar law that takes precedent over this crazy ruling? Edited 2010-09-11 15:38 UTC