Matthew Flaschen matthew.flaschen at
Wed Jan 17 19:05:01 UTC 2007

Andrew C. Oliver wrote:
> Right but the GPL does not require acceptance of the license to RUN it
> and the v3 explicitly states that.  Thus w/no acceptance, how is the
> disclaimer binding?

Like I said, the disclaimer is in the *notice* as well as the license.
And as others have reiterated, it makes no sense to accept a disclaimer.
 It's a unilateral statement.

P.S. GPLv2 says "The act of running the Program is not restricted" so
acceptance of it isn't required for running either.

Matthew Flaschen

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