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Jan 19, 2013, 13:39 #1
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Are these Agreement terms unusual or typical?
I want to buy and download some software (about $40) to simply record a Skype call session, but a portion of the Terms that I have to agree to, upon installation, seem unsusual to me. Do think these terms are unusual or typical? Why are they asking for this?
"Peer to Peer Communications
The software may use your connection to a local area network, without additional notice, automatically to connect to other GeoVid Software and in doing so, may indicate on the local area network that it is available for communication with other Geovid software. These connections may transmit the IP address of your connection to the local area network, but no personally intentifiable information is ever transmitted or received through such network connections.
Activation: The Software may cause your Computer, without additional notice, and on an intermittent or regular basis, automatically to connect to the Internet in order to validate that the software is being operated in accordance with this agreement. In some cases Software that fails to activate may offer only limited functionality or may not operate at all.
If you are a business, company or organization you agree that, no more than once every 12 months, Geovid or its authorized representative shall, upon 10 days prio notice to you, have the right to inspect your records, systems and facilities to verify that your use of any and all Geovid software is in comformity with your valid licenses from Geovid."