Thursday, June 19, 2003

Is Orrin Hatch Violating Intellectual Property Laws?

Destroy his computer!
On Wednesday, Hatch came under attack for allegedly being a copyright
pirate himself. His Web site's menus use JavaScript code
created by the U.K. company Milonic Solutions . Milonic Solutions charges
between $35 and $900 for the right to obtain a license number for its
JavaScript menu, but Hatch's site does not include a license number.
Instead, this comment appears in the site's HTML code: "i am the license for
the menu (duh)."