[OS X TeX] Threads on MacIntel

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Sat Jun 11 01:25:13 CEST 2005

Le 10 juin 05 à 18:49, Justin Walker a écrit :

> You will have to check with Apple to be sure, but I believe that  
> anything you get from the (account/password-protected) developer  
> site is automatically under NDA.

You're certainly right. I'm a free online ADC member, and looking  
closely (I never had before) I'm realizing that by joining in I have  
agreed to an ADC Terms and Conditions agreement <http:// 
developer.apple.com/membership/pdf/terms.pdf> which includes

"You agree that all information disclosed by Apple to you that
relates to Apple’s products, designs, business plans, business  
opportunities, finances, research,
development, know-how, personnel, or third-party confidential  
information, will be considered and
referred to collectively as “Confidential Information.” Confidential  
Information, however, does not
include: [...]"

and then a list of exceptions.

I had always thought the registration (login/password) required to  
download Xcode updates and other free software from ADC was very  
similar to the registration required, for example, to download the  
free Real Player, or some free Adobe software. But apparently to  
Apple that means more.

Similarly I never had the impression any info got that way (ie  
without having Premier or Select membership) could be considered  
confidential or even important. But apparently I was wrong. So much  
for spontaneity!

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