Eula License Agreement

In anti-UCITA countries, the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) has been amended so that software is explicitly defined as good (which makes it the subject of the UZK), or to prohibit contracts that stipulate that the contractual terms are governed by the laws of a state that has passed the UCITA. The DMCA specifically provides for software self-engineering for interoperability purposes, so there has been some controversy about the feasibility of software license agreement clauses that limit this situation. The 8th case of the Davidson & Associates v. Jung[12] established that such clauses are enforceable after the federal circuit ruled on Baystate v. Bowers. [13] Below you will find an example of a clause in an SEA that covers the granting of a license. Note how clearly it is stated that the license “revocable, non-exclusive, non-transferable, limited…”┬áThese restrictions let a user know that they can use the software or application, but that they cannot necessarily use it in the way they want. h. .

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