Other than a generic "hire a lawyer!", are there practical steps a software author can do here?
Hire two lawyers!?
OT: I thought of a riddle: how many faces do two sh*t faced lawyers have if they're two-faced?
The same goes for movies projected in 3D using polarized light: as long as you wear the glasses, your sighted eye will only see one picture and you won't be able to tell the difference (it'll look just like a normal movie to you).
That's my problem with this tech-it looks just like any other 3D to me, it's nothing special. At least this is one area in which I won't be overcome by my obsession with new tech. Hopefully by the time this tech becomes commonplace they'll have figured out a way to stop this from inducing headaches in those of us who cannot process the effect.
AHA! There's the problem-diebold is making these things. They can't even reliably tell which button you press.
Seriously, the banking system is way overcomplicated and ineffective. My IM conversations are more secure than this.
Opensource Financial anyone?
Some people claim that the UNIX learning curve is steep, but at least you only have to climb it once.