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On Sat, Nov 30, 2013 12:15:53 PM -0800, tk wrote:

or quietly being given, a copy of an employer's software meant that
MS Office products gained near-ubiquity.

Assuming the organization is not SoHo sized, or smaller, unless the
person negotiating with Microsoft for licenses is a complete idiot,
the license will allow for each employee to install MSO on their
home computer, for the duration of their employment, or the
corporate license expires, whichever comes first.

may I ask you one real world case where this actually happened?


M. Fioretti         

Your own civil rights and the quality of your life heavily depend on how
software is used *around* you

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