The NASA license may be unconstitutional? Re: For Approval: NASA Open Source Agreement Version 1.1
lichengtai at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 13 04:05:10 UTC 2004
The NASA license as proposed may be against the law in
many locations. For example, in Taiwan the
Constitution of the Republic of China is the supreme
law of the land. The NASA license demands that it is
governed by US Federal Law, which conflicts with the
ROC's sovereignty and copyright laws and this
requirement is unconstitutional.
The same probably is true for most locations outside
--- Bryan Geurts <Bryan.A.Geurts at nasa.gov> wrote:
> This Email was prepared in satisfaction of OSI
> Certification Process Step
> ii. Federal Statute mandates that the U.S.
> Government can only be
> held subject to United States federal law. See 5.C.
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