On 19/06/2011 04:58, Marc Paré wrote:
Just a reminder that we should at some point consider and investigate
A lawyer in the US that specializes in that area needs to address that
issue. I doubt it is as simple as 1, 2, 3, as has been claimed.
The United States is not the only country that slaps export restrictions
on software. Lawyers in those countries will also have to address the
issue, as it relates to import/export of both source code, and compiled
binaries, in those specific countries.
In all situations, the only safe assumption is that code from all
192/193/194/195/196/203/248/255/320 countries in the world will be
submitted to the project, and users from those countries will download
the code. (If you want an explanation for the number of countries I
list, start a _NEW_ thread addressing that question.)
If Bing copied Google, there wouldn't be anything new worth requesting.
If Bing did not copy Google, there wouldn't be anything relevant worth
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