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The way terms and conditions are dealt with for software has made them virtually unenforceable, anyway -- the fact that major points are not made clear to buyers before they purchase software invalidates most of the cr@p that idiots add thinking "It's in the ToS, so it's LAW!"
There have been many, many cases where ridiculous terms have been declared unlawful by courts (you're not allowed to jailbreak your iphone, eh?).
I remember when buying my last house I signed a code, covenants, and restrictions agreement. Among the terms was the committee was responsible for maintaining common areas. After a year of waiting I started working on it. Ten years later the committee removed that covenant without asking me, then they came to me about a covenants restriction I wasn't obeying. I told them I'll continue paying the yearly dues even though our agreement became null and void the second they changed the agreement without getting me to sign the change of terms. They lost the right to tell me anything I have to do because of that agreement and we can let lawyers determine if I'm wrong or not. Never heard back from them about my "violation".
"Your" agreement seems like an agreement to let them build a back-door into your computer and make any change to any software they want without your knowledge or consent.
What constitutes a valid term depends not only on what you have agreed, but also on the legislation by the parliament and common law principles established by the court. ( Suppose it is within the common law world's jurisprudence ).
I think :
Generally the terms cannot be changed after the contract is formed, once there is change in terms one must communicate to another party. The later must agree in order to form a 'new contract' if the term is 'important'.
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Confused, the father asked what was wrong.
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Write an article about it - that's what we do here at the Code Project!
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So what you are suggesting is a tool that assists in plagiarism?
Isn't that what CP articles do if you use their ideas and claim original product for "my" work? The colleges are happy to spend money on software that determines a student's "work" is plagiarism, so that seems a prevalent tendency now.
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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