On Fri, 25 Aug 2006, Patrick M. Hausen wrote:

> First install Skype on some box and save/print the Skype license
> you are forced to acknowledge to "make it work".
> Then have whoever instructed you read it and have them sign a
> document stating that they want you to install it in full knowledge
> of the license and that they take any legal responsibility that may
> arise from that. If you are working for a big enterprise, have
> the company lawyer read it.
> Short version of the last Skype license I read: "Skype owns your PC".
> I have been able to talk every single customer out of "make Skype
> work" by simply kindly asking them to read the license first and
> _really_ read and understand it.

Nice- wonder if there's a good Sarbaines Oxley blocking vector in there
for those affected by it.

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