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You have voilated application license agreement

by Derek28061971 / August 15, 2010 10:36 AM PDT

Hello,

Just want to tell you that you have voilated license agreement for one
application hosted on tweakers.net.

IT's Marxio Timer that is not allowed to be downloaded from other
servers than marxio-tools.net

Please remove this application from tweakers.net download area.

http://software-files-l.cnet.com/s/software/11/12/51/90/marxio_timer_setup.exe?e=1281940039&h=f918b558a024be02e27104bfd391a1d3&lop=link&ptype=1901&ontid=2350&siteId=4&edId=3&spi=316c476616162d54a61d8bf5913aed8c&pid=11125190&psid=10911239&fileName=marxio_timer_setup.exe

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fixed link
by Derek28061971 / August 15, 2010 10:37 AM PDT

not tweakers.net but this one listed above ***cnet.com Happy

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Do you mean this?
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / August 15, 2010 9:36 PM PDT
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not so strange
by Derek28061971 / August 16, 2010 7:38 AM PDT
In reply to: Do you mean this?

Well, I just reported what I saw. Maybe his request for putting it on cnet was related to some other version and after that, it has changed its licence text.
Maybe it would be better (and wise solution) to contact him directly for clarification.

Br,
D.

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Marxio Timer
by peterbutler Download.com staff / August 17, 2010 2:32 AM PDT
In reply to: not so strange

Hi, Derek.

The product Marxio Timer does look like it was submitted to our catalog by the publisher, Marek Mantaj.

It does looks like he or she submitted version 1.3 to our catalog back in early 2009, and then our production team updated the product as Marxio Timer was revved several versions since then.

We don't remove products unless publishers request removal, and we need to keep the listing accurate and current (i.e. version number) for many reasons, mostly for the benefit of our users. That explains why the product was updated by us.

Anyway, as you suggest, I'll contact Marek at the address listed to see if he or she wants to keep Marxio Timer (and Marxio File Checksum Verifier) on our site.

Thanks for the alert.

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then all is correct
by Derek28061971 / August 18, 2010 6:34 AM PDT
In reply to: Marxio Timer

Then all is correct. I didn't know publishers put their own applications here. Sorry for raising false alarm Happy

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