[NTLK] Is there official proof that offering the Newton ToolKit and two eMate books for download is legal?

From: Frank Gruendel <newtontalk_at_pda-soft.de>
Date: Thu Jan 10 2008 - 17:50:05 EST

Hi folks,

sorry if you get this twice. Ecartis told me that the list is closed
to public posts
although (well, at least the second time) I sent it from my NewtonTalk

I'm planning to offer the Mac and PC version of the Newton ToolKit for
download from my site. I am aware that it can be downloaded from unna,
but I want to offer it from my site because unna occasionally changes
the links.

Is there any official proof that this would be legal? Or that Apple
released the NTK as freeware? I just searched Apple's site for Newton
Toolkit. Guess what: Not a single hit.

I would also offer two other packages for download, for which I'm
interested in the same info:

The eMate: Learning the Basics
The eMate: Learning Works

I know I'm paranoid, but I want bullet-proof proof that I'm on the
legal side here. I don't have the time do deal with any legal

Thanks in advance


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Received on Thu Jan 10 17:50:14 2008

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