The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit today ruled (PDF) on a long-standing case involving used software on eBay, and it came to an important decision: if a company says you don’t have the right to resell a program, you don’t have that right. Could this mean the end of the resale market for all digital content? Yup. But the court says it had no choice.
via Ars Technica – No, you don’t own it: Court upholds EULAs, threatens digital resale. Awesome just call a software sale a license to use and not a sale and companies can basically force you to do nothing with a product you bought.