[vlc-devel] STOP! Think. Act... (was Re: Formal complaint -censorship)

Jean-Baptiste Kempf jb at videolan.org
Wed Oct 27 18:49:00 CEST 2010

On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 06:41:10PM +0200, Jean-Baptiste Kempf wrote :
> So the question is: "Are the AppStore restrictions stronger that the
> software license of the Application?"

 From the Lastest AppStore terms:

"Your license to each App Store Product is subject to the Licensed
Application End User License Agreement set forth below. You agree that
the terms of the Licensed Application End User License Agreement will
apply to each Apple Product and to each Third-Party Product that you
license through the App Store Service, unless the App Store Product is
covered by a valid end user license agreement entered into between you
and the licensor of the App Store Product (the “Licensor”), in which
case the Licensor’s end user license agreement will apply to that App
Store Product. The Licensor reserves all rights in and to the App Store
Product not expressly granted to you."

Read the unless part.

Best Regards,

Jean-Baptiste Kempf
+33 672 704 734

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