On 05/05/11 21:16, Paul Davis wrote:
Which, if valid, simply exposes the absurd charade that underlies this all -
above 'solution' would mean no company which has a suitable employee earning
under $100,000 who could be put on a contract instead need ever abide by the
license conditions, just put whoever could actually click the encode button on a
contract for their normal duties, including explicitly the mp3 delivery, then do
whatever you want with the resulting mp3s and ignore the rest of the license.
But maybe a closer look at the license would reveal that this does not get you
out of it. Otherwise a lot of money has been wasted on the lawyers who drew up
the almost useless document.
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