[License-discuss] GPL developer protections: Is limitation/disclaimer of warranty legally non-binding?
adrelanos at riseup.net
Thu Mar 28 14:01:00 UTC 2019
> Hi Patrick,
> It has to do with the difference between a license and a contract. See
> for a discussion.
excellent, I very much enjoyed reading it.
> Mark R. Patterson, Must Licenses Be Contracts? Consent and Notice in
> Intellectual Property, 40 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 105 (2012)
> Available at: http://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/faculty_scholarship/593
> Open Source Licensing
> Software Freedom and Intellectual Property Law
> by Lawrence Rosenwith
> Available at:
which touches the same subject, which I also very much enjoyed reading.
These two books strengthened my conclusion, that my two recent threads
on this mailing list,
- [License-discuss] Are limitation/disclaimer of warranty clauses
legally non-binding due to missing browsewrap/clickwrap agreement? 
- [License-discuss] GPL developer protections: Is limitation/disclaimer
of warranty legally non-binding? 
are not totally unreasonable.
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