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Comment Re:An excellent question! The answer is "maybe"... (Score 1) 380

EULAs cannot deprive you of any right that is in violation of law. If a law has been interpreted to mean that reselling software is completely legal, a EULA claiming that you can't is unenforceable, and essentially invalid (that specific part of it, at least).

Comment Re:Becuase "Trending" does not mean what you think (Score 0) 346

But the public has been sold on the idea of Facebook as a platform where stories organically rise to be trending due to popularity and momentum.

Really? I don't even look at trending stories: I use social networks to communicate with friends and read about things I've specifically asked to see. I didn't realize anyone joined Facebook with the goal of being told what news stories were popular at the moment.

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