UnknowingFool writes: When Psystar first launched and went against Apple, some have claimed that a Psystar victory would mean a victory against EULAs. Groklaw has examined Psystar's Public License and found, if anything, their license is more restrictive than Apple's. What is more interesting is that Psystar seems to have copied Apple's Public License, replaced "Apple" with "Psystar" and made slight modifications to grant users less rights. My comparison shows that two licenses are nearly identical line for line but for those changes with Psystar even matching the Apple's numbering.
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