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Re: New License language - what meaning?
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- Subject: Re: New License language - what meaning?
- From: Peter Picerno <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 20:11:25 EST
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- Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org
The change in language means nothing since the license, whether it is called 'agreement,' 'contract,' 'letter of understanding,' 'purchase order,' or whatever is still a legally binding contract, thus 'licensee' and 'subscriber' are essentially the same term since they indicate the entity who is the recipient of the goods which the vendor is offering.
Peter V. Picerno
Serials & Electronic Resources Librarian
Asst. Head of Resource Development
Florida International University
Miami, FL 33199
Houeida K. Charara wrote:
Dear All: One of our major providers/publishers for STM products sent me the 2008 renewal License Agreement and I noticed that they replaced the terms license, licensees, etc. with Subscription. Subscribers, etc. Do you have any idea about this change in the language used in the agreement? Cheers, Houeida Charara Electronic Resources Librarian Lebanese American University Libraries P.O.Box 13-5053 - Chouran Beirut 1102 2801 Lebanon