valderost writes “Out-law.com reports on a declaration of the US Partition Court in favour of the Western Neighbourhood of Washington, in favor of an party reselling Autodesk’s AutoCAD software in ‘his exact that he owned the software and had the aptly to convinced it on.’ The resolution hinges on some technicalities in the Autodesk commission and conflicting precedents involving a Vanessa Redgrave membrane, but it’s considerable announcement for the benefit of the understanding that a software edge is objective that. ‘The Court said that it had to pursue [the glaze case’s yardstick because it was older than another conflicting ruling, and that it could not judge a pattern based on the most profitable system. “The court’s verdict today is not based on any rule judgment. Congress is both constitutionally and institutionally suited to offer judgments on tactics; courts usually are not,” the Court ruled. “Criterion binds the court regardless of whether it would be real system to turn a deaf ear to it.”‘”

Infer from more of this confabulation at Slashdot.

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