On Sun, Feb 01, 2004 at 07:09:37PM -0600, John Hasler wrote: > No license is required to use a work. Legal possession of a copy suffices. > Copyright limits only the making of copies and the creation of derivatives. > The right to make temporary copies incidental to normal use as in copying a > program into memory is implicit. So is that what might allow me, for example, to use Microsoft software I purchased without accepting the EULA?
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