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Re: centericq and MSN support

Dylan Thurston <dpt@math.harvard.edu> writes:

> I believe courts have drawn a legal distinction between products or
> code that has a reasonable legal purpose and code that has no such
> legal purpose.

In the case of MSN, would it be legal to run a private server, using
the MSN9 protocol?  Or is the protocol patented or copyrighted in some
way?  If such a server is legal, then a non-authorized client would
also have a possible legal use.

Måns Rullgård

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