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Is it legal to share personal license keys for MP3 players?


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2006-01-19 16:48:24
2006-01-19 16:48:24

It depends on the company that develope the software. As for me why bother to use a software but at the same time there is hundreds of software that not charging a single cents! Licence normally allowed only a SINGLE USER unless it is stated.


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