[QUOTE]\nIt indicates no such thing. You really have no idea what you're\ntalking about when it comes to this topic. A 5-minute Google run\nwould have the next 99 out of 100 people running one in a better\ninformed position than you seem to be.\n\nThere is a basic presumption under the law that when the package has\nbeen opened the EULA has been read. Woe to the buyer who opens the\npackage, deliberately avoids reading the EULA, violates it and then is\nhauled into court. If the violated terms aren't objectionable to the\ncourt for reasons previously touched on, the buyer is toast.\n\nHow about you go find some specific citations to back whatever agenda\nyou're trying to advance?[/QUOTE]\n\nI'm not, I actually agree with the EULA process and that people don't\nhave any right/permission to use licensed software if they can't follow\nthe EULA, even if they can't return it to the vendor.\n\nI just commented on a part of a thread based on the statement made in\nit.