Do you agree to the terms....hmmmm

NightCrawler

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Someone is taking their hobby to seriously.


STEALING IS ILLEGAL!

Editing, altering or changing this logon screen is concittered stealing; stealing is illegal. Also, using bitmaps from this logon is also stealing. The following is an agreement between you and the author (Cubiz). Read it carefully; if you do not agree to these conditions, delete the logon from your system and do not use it.

1. Use of this logon
This logon is distributed on the condition it is only used on 1 computer and for personal use only. This means you may not use this logon on more then 1 computer - if you would like to, re-download it. It may not be used on a public computer or in a public place without direct permission from the author.

2. Editing, altering or changing this logon
Editing, altering or changing this logon in any way - big or small - is disallowed. You may not use any resources or bitmaps included in this logon and you may not edit the string tables or code. You may not use this logon as a 'base' logon, which means you cannot edit it and claim it as your own work. Do not ask for permission to do this because the answer will be no.

3. Distribution of this logon
The rights to publicly distribute this logon are only given to deviantart.com, themexp.org and the official CUbiz website. Distribution of this logon on any other website is disallowed. If you would like to share this logon with friends, point them in the direction of the website where you originally obtained it from.

4. Changing, editing and updating these terms and conditions
The terms and conditions stated in this document may become out-of-date. These terms and conditions may be altered at any time without notification to the reader. Updated terms and conditions will be included with the most recent releases of the logons.

5. Agreement to these terms and conditions
By using this logon screen, you state you you have read all of the terms and conditions stated in this document, that you understand all of the terms and conditions stated in this document, and that you agree to accept all of the terms and conditions in this document. You also state that by using this logon without reading, understanding and agreeing to these terms you are aware that you may be braking law in your country and/or other countries.


If you have read, understand and agree to these terms and conditions, please feel free to use the logon. If you are confused by any of these terms and conditions, please contact Cubiz.

This document and the containing terms and conditions was last updated on 12th November, 2004.
 

VirtualLarry

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Err, what the heck is a "logon" ? I understand the term as used as a verb, to authorize and obtain entry into an otherwise restricted-access computer system.. but I've never heard it used as noun before.

Not to mention, person writing those terms, doesn't know how to spell, they would never be upheld legally, if only just because of that.

I like the clauses in terms 4 and 5 though:
"The terms and conditions stated in this document may become out-of-date. These terms and conditions may be altered at any time without notification to the reader." "By using this logon screen, you state you you have read all of the terms and conditions stated in this document, that you understand all of the terms and conditions stated in this document, and that you agree to accept all of the terms and conditions in this document."

Never seen that kind of verbiage in an attempted adhesion contract. Does that mean that he could change to state that you owed him your car, computer, or other values, without ever notifying you, and you would be held legally accountable? HA!

"you are aware that you may be braking law in your country"

What law is that? The law of gravity and/or inertia? "braking" indeed.


Thanks for the laugh. :)