• MorphOS Developer
    Posts: 619 from 2005/8/27
    From: the land with ...

    Silly it may be but Dave's quite right. That's exactly how the law treats it.

    It really is not, if that was the case there would never be the need for an NDA.


    I work at an IP vendor and we get this sort of thing all the time. Some people sometimes get access to 3rd party code but they then have to be *very* careful what they do and what projects they work on.

    That is just because they want to make sure there will never ever be any reasonable doubt as to whether code has been tainted or not, it is not a direct legal concern, but rather an indirect one.

    - CISC
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