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RE: [dvd-discuss] Court Sides With Geac in Mainframe Software Cas e
On Wed, 2002-10-16 at 09:36, Richard Hartman wrote:
> AFAICT the third-party did not modify code -- nor did
> they _have_ the code -- they modified the binary ...
> perhaps they could only do this because they had
> knowledge of the product from when the worked there
> ... but nonetheless, they didn't modify -- or view
> -- the code when they were working for the third-party.
Are we reading the same case?
As I read it, the add-on didn't modify the code
at all, just accessed it in novel ways.
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