Some questions about android on Freerunner
matthias.huber at wollishausen.de
Fri Nov 6 10:12:28 CET 2009
06.11.2009 08:32, Shaz :
> On Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 12:17 PM, Paul Fertser <fercerpav at gmail.com
> <mailto:fercerpav at gmail.com>> wrote:
> a dehqan <dehqan65 at gmail.com <mailto:dehqan65 at gmail.com>> writes:
> > 3 - Problem is that : our religion Eslam says you can use a person
> > code while he/she allows you , now There are codes and wiki and
> > .. on Google host .Even google is not owner of codes , Host pertains
> > to google . So using that address and host is not possible for
> > moslems now .
> I can't exactly follow the logic. You said google doesn't want you to
> use their site. In fact i doubt that's true. They don't care if you
> use their site or not; they implemented that "restriction" solely to
> make some US jerks happy and to not have any problems with their
> inappropriate legislation. Also you should note that google is not a
> person, it's a large corporation functioning in a complex
> international environment. So even if they say they're prohibiting
> something it doesn't mean they actually do (and in fact they can't)
> and/or want it.
> I hope someone more skilled in Islam than me can clarify this matter
> from a religious POV but judging on common grounds it's perfectly
> moral to circumvent an artificial restriction especially given that
> restricting anybody is not intended.
> In simple words Google cannot give you something directly and you have
> to get it through the third party because the first party wants to
> give it to you while an /influential/ body above google is just
> creating hurdles due to its own interests. So I guess there is no
> moral issue to get it through a third party and Google has no benefit
> in restricting it, infact it is going against their interest
> considering the matter at hand.
and from the view of the license GPL, it is explicitely allowed to use
and modify this code.
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