Quoting Liam Bedford <lbedford at lbedford.org>:
> On Wed, 01 May 2002 17:08:33 +0100
> ger <gerdono at eircom.net> blurted in message
>22.214.171.124.0.20020501165331.009f7ec0 at mail1.tinet.ie:
>>> > As you can state you did not agree with the EULA, Hit i do not agree
> > removed software and burned it.thus you are not bound by it.
> > However i would not like to test this situation.
> > You donate/sell your old system without its OEM Software. You load named
> > software on your new system which came with no software to keep its price
>> > down. It the process of installing the software you must press I agree
> > which means you agree to abide by the terms of EULA.
> > This would stand up.
Can I just point out something really, really relevant?
That the penalty for *violating* the EULA is....
....that your license to use Windows is terminated!
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