Wojciech 'arab' Arabczyk
arab at szluug.org
Tue Oct 3 16:00:02 CDT 2006
> Sure there are tools out there that crackers use
> that read the mbr and store it in a file, so that they can circumvent the
> copy protection, but that has nothing to do with wine.
IANAL but curcumventing for personal use using generic tools (wich wine is)
and with no bad intentions can't be treated on the same level as using
specific tools to break such protection. Do remember that most EULA's (for
games and commercial programs) do not allow decompiling/recompiling the code,
not using the program under a different operating system.
IMHO the best possible thing to do is to ask an lawyer for an interpretation.
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