Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 14th Apr 2008 21:44 UTC
Apple The website of a Miami-based networking and security solutions reseller became inaccessible Monday, shortly after the company began advertising an unauthorized Mac clone for a fraction of the cost of Apple's cheapest system. Dubbed OpenMac, the USD 400 offering from Psystar Corporation is described as 'a low-cost high-performance computing platform' based on the ongoing OSX86Project - a hacker-based initiative aimed at maintaining a version of the Mac OS X operating system for everyday PCs. The website is back online now, and the machine has been renamed to Open Computer. Update: Psystar says they will continue to sell the Open Computer system, despite the fact that it appears to violate Apple's EULA. "We're not breaking any laws," they insisted.
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RE[2]: EULAs are invalid
by Carewolf on Wed 16th Apr 2008 11:37 UTC in reply to "RE: EULAs are invalid"
Carewolf
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2005-09-08

I don't have to prove that EULAs are invalid. They have been tested in most courtrooms in the world, and have been thrown out of every single one, except for some states in the US.

If you live in California like Apple does - they are invalid, if you live outside the US - they are invalid.-

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