On Fri, 11 Feb 2005 01:38:13 -0500, Tom Lane <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Mitch Pirtle <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > It would be really useful to know if anyone has ever been punished for
> > doing this, as IANAL but that restriction is going to be very, VERY
> > difficult to back up in court without precedence. Is this just a
> > deterrent, or is it real?
> If Oracle doesn't eat your rear for lunch, it would only be because you
> hadn't annoyed them sufficiently for them to bother.  Under the terms of
> the license agreement that you presumably clicked through, you gave up
> your rights to publish anything they don't like.  Do a little Google
> research.  For instance
> http://www.infoworld.com/articles/op/xml/01/04/16/010416opfoster.html
What about the free speech rigths, in USA they are in the constitution
and cannot be denied or revoked, IANAL.

And like stated by Mitch just numbers are not lies that can be pursued
in a court of law.

Think anout it, In USA you can speak and publish about the President
but cannot say anything about M$ or Oracles' DBMS?

Jaime Casanova

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