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Internet Law Update: The vBulletin 4 Forum Controversy – Internet Community Backlash

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

The vBulletin Community is up in arms over changes in licensing by new owner.  Internet lawyers are already looking at the new licensing agreement to determine if  the new owner has the contractual right to make changes to the licensing consistent with prior software license.  Changes in software licensing models can be tricky.  As noted by Mr. Michael Weschler of TheLaw.com – legal and licensing issues aside – these changes have infuriated many in the vBulletin Community…

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