i guess it's a way to try to stop you from copying their intellectual
I just watched 'The Social Network' again yesterday, which has an
interesting case of this with the Winklevii. I love the phrase in there
"If Facebook was your invention, then you would have built Facebook". :)
Hugo, what is your stance on reverse-engineering by itself? (so
strictly looking at how something works, without necessarily publishing
a competing product based on what you learned from it).
On 2013-03-07 23:20, Tobi Lehman wrote:
> I agree, reverse-engineering typically leads to a different
> implementation that has the same outward behavior. Also, how detailed
> is this condition?
> If I create a program that categorizes transactions in a way that
> resembles mint.com
's scheme, is that illegal?
> On Tuesday, March 5, 2013 3:44:10 AM UTC-8,
>> "You agree that you will not [...] Attempt to decipher, decompile,
>> disassemble, or reverse-engineer any of the software comprising or
>> any way making up a part of Mint.com or the Service."
>> it's fair enough that you may not crawl their site in an automated
>> but as i said in the Amazon data point about the same topic, just
>> to reverse-engineer the products you consume should not be
>> considered a
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