The EULA states:

"This License will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California,.."

Since I assume that Sweden has signed international commercial agreements with the USA, I think that it odes not matter what the Swedish law says about signing or not a license agreement, in this specific case the law of California applies.


On Mar 3, 2009, at 13:29 , Bernt Hansson wrote:

FBSD UG said the following on 2009-03-03 09:25:
On 2 mrt 2009, at 20:22, Bernt Hansson wrote:
FBSD UG skrev:

You're not buying the software, you buy a license to use it on one
Apple computer.

Mostly semantics, if I name my computer "APPLE" Then it's "legal" to install. Crap, if I buy it I can install it on ANY computer. Does not have to be a computer named "APPLE" it could be "IBM", "HP" or any other
brand or non brand.

did you sign all Swedish laws then?

Kind of way, yes, since I voted in the election 2006

How is Apple going to prevent illegal copying?

They have the copyright laws, as I stated before.
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