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Jailbreaking now legal under DMCA for smartphones, but not tablets [arstechnica. .. |
Re: Jailbreaking not legal for tablets but smartphones? You have no business for telling me what I can and cannot do when it comes to personal and private use, so f**k off.
And no, I do not condemn piracy at all. If I purchase something, it is MINE to do whatever I like EXCEPT FOR DISTRIBUTING OVER THE INTERNET WHICH I WILL NOT DO.
Re: Jailbreaking not legal for tablets but smartphones? The PHONE is yours not the OS. Read the EULA you signed.
| |KearnstdElf WizardPremium
Mullica Hill, NJ
Re: Jailbreaking not legal for tablets but smartphones? Fortunately the worst they can do to a person is void their warranty.
Though to be fair I never signed anything when I got my wifi galaxy tab that said I could not root it and install a custom rom. no EULA at initial bootup. so nothing signed.
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