Intellectual property, contract, and conscience

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April 6, 2011
Independent Country
by James Leroy Wilson  
Posted in Commentary

"It seems to me that contractual law should allow the seller of the product to dictate any terms to the purchaser. After all, the purchaser isn't compelled to buy. If the terms of use and/or directions are plainly and prominently listed (such as, on the unopened package of the product on the store shelf, or in a terms of use agreement posted BEFORE sale on an e-product) then the seller should be free to dictate any terms she wants." (04/05/11)

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