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Paul Jakma wrote:
| On Thu, 9 Jun 2005, Gareth Eason wrote:
||>|> In summary - I think you are quoting the way it 'should' be done -
|> and I agree with you. I think you'll find that this is not how it
|> really works in practice though.
|| I honestly dont know of many shops which will exchange CDs or DVDs for
| arbitrary period of time after purchase. Maybe shortly after purchase,
| if you found them defective when you opened them..
That is EXACTLY my point. Many of them will not - which means you
cannot utilise your LICENSE to use the INFORMATION which you have
purchased. I can only suggest you please go back and read my original
post, see if you can understand it, and if not, please let me know and I
will endevour to explain it even more simply and clearly for you.
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