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+ - Reverse engineering in context of Software->

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An anonymous reader writes "The article TRADE SECRET, CONTRACT AND REVERSE ENGINEERING explains the law as to when software may be reverse engineered or decompiled. It also explains as to how IPRs are protected by trade secret and contract. The article is at http://kvtrust.blogspot.com/2007/09/trade-secret-c ontract-and-reverse.html"
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