When Is A Virus "Legal"?

Greeting card virus licensed to spread
"...the court found that two tests must be satisfied for a license to be binding: The user must be aware of the license, and the user must be required to accept it in some way. The license included in Permissioned Media's FriendGreetings e-card passes both tests."

Be careful when you click on a link to view some electronic greeting card sent to you (supposedly) by your friend. Moreso when you're asked to click "I Accept" at the bottom of some License Agreement.

(Do you actually read that long license? Really?)

Anyway, let's be careful out there. No sense giving some virus the license to wreak havoc on your (and your friends') computer.


[ First posted on 11/13/2002 by Manuel Viloria ]



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