I thought it’d be a “fun” project to see what the “El Capitan License” actually says.
Kind of like spelunking through a cave that everyone says they’ve been through,
but maybe no one really has.
What will I find wedged in a wall or lurking in the dark around the next turn?
- I can’t use the Capitan with illegal copies of anyone’s stuff.
- Apple didn’t sell me this software. They still own it, in fact. I’m just borrowing it.
- If I install more Apple software, those are on loan as well.
Via Hacker News,
OS X El Capitan License: in Plain English | The Robb Report
Hmm … I guess I was more right than I thought …
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