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At 08:52 AM 03/18/2000 -0500, Peter wrote:
>The argument that you and Chris are making is a fallacious
>substitute for the "get the product out the door at the low-
>est price" syndrome, paranoia, or both. I don't buy it. Users
>are required tosign a EULA, proscribing just the activity
>that you describe. Intentional violations of the EULA sub-
>ject the violator to to both criminal and civil sanctions.
Not I ... I was MERELY addressing the issue of indiscriminately leaving
one's user guides with interviewers.