Something like that ...
We usen't be allowed click on the "I Agree" button for users, (and routinely
suggested that they let their cat / dog / gerbil do it if they didn't agree,
but still wanted the service) when I worked for one ISP (which shall remain
Basically whomever / whatever "accepts" the agreement is bound by it, and
have you tried prosecuting a gerbil lately ?
> -----Original Message-----
>> Hmm. So - as a corollary - if I was to put together a machine that
> removed the packaging on software automatically, without the need for
> intervention, I'm not bound by software vendors licensing in cases where
> it states that I accept the license by opening the packaging?
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