[linux-elitists] Monday 26 November 2001 ACSS Meeting: William Bierce on the UCITA and how it gives software companies control over your PC.

Jay Sulzberger jays@panix.com
Sun Nov 25 14:03:40 PST 2001


Note that this dinner meeting is open to all, and there is a charge to attend.

Official notice below.

Jay Sulzberger <secretary@lxny.org>
Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.
http://www.lxny.org


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To ALL of our readers:

You are Cordially Invited to our:

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. . . UPCOMING A.C.S.S. DINNER MEETINGS . . .
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NEW YORK CHAPTER
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The ACSS New York City Chapter invites YOU to join us at our next
Dinner meeting on: Mon., Nov. 26, 2001 from 6 - 9 PM.

The TOPIC & FEATURED SPEAKERS will be:

     The New UCITA Law, and, how it gives Software Companies
                  CONTROL over YOUR PC!

             by William Bierce, Attorney-at-Law

Bill's talk will cover the new UCITA law, already passed in Virginia
and Maryland. It allows software companies, from whom you have
purchased software, to examine your PC, note its contents, and to
remotely shut off any of their product at your site, in the event of a
dispute.

ALL will have a JOLLY GOOD TIME! (Please Bring an Appetite!)

We meet at La VERANDA RESTAURANT at 163 W 47th St., NY, NY.
ADMISSION:
Non-Members: $30; Members: $25; Member Pre-Paids: $20
Visa/Mastercard & American Express accepted for payment!
Please contact us to make reservations:
(212)875-7761, or, hhr@acss.org


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