Color me skeptical.
My brother-in-law's brother was with the FBI and retired recently. There was a dragon fly surveillance bot on display. It was on display because it was declassified since it was already over 20 years old. The guy leading them into the building quipped, "If we had that 20 years ago can you imagine what we have today?" I actually thought of a rail gun. Some of the weapons they want us to believe are in development could already be deployed. Point I was really making, is how do we know that the failed launch wasn't brought down?
Seriously, I wondered as soon as it was listed as failed if it had been taken down to test the US of A's latest technology.
I've read the same.
Really, three strikes and you are out is straight from a game someone sat down and created out of thin air one day. Now people are basing laws on the concept? WTF?
Seems like this would be a good community project? Have a GPL'd proposal set up for others to use and customize as needed?
I would think a court would find this to be a deceptive practice at best. Charging for someone elses FREE software and not requiring payment up front so that it was clear, not just hiding the charge somewhere it may not be seen.
Just return it. Let them cancel her license. They did NOTHING for the money.
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