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This topic was just created for us to read. So, I'm wondering and maybe many others with me. What does this mean? Are there any significant changes? Also @UomoCapra, it could be useful to compare the old and new one. Since I'm writing this on an impulse, I haven't searched for the old one yet.
Here's a weird thing that happened yesterday. I made a new thread in the Technical Support subforum. After posting it, I went to edit it. When I finished, the site gave me a 'I'm not a robot' test for some reason. I'm not sure if this actually relates to the EULA and whatnot but.......... I was signed in to my KSP forum account and it wanted to make sure it was me editing the post.....
An open letter to Take Two Interactive: New York, we have a problem. Before I get in to that, just a little bit about myself; I’ve been a professional software developer and IT consultant for over 30 years. In my career, I’ve read hundreds of EULA’s, often on behalf of my clients. I have even written three or four of them, and many more Software Development Agreements (specifically the sections covering what the software will and won’t do and what our responsibilities were if it fails). Our company lawyer once actually told me, “If you ever get tired writing software, you could alway