On 05/02/2013 08:06, Richard Fateman wrote: > On 2/2/2013 11:52 PM, Andrzej Kozlowski wrote: > . >>> >>> http://www.wolfram.com/legal/agreements/wolfram-mathematica.html >>> >> >> RFJ has been posting this... > > Here is the quote, clipped from the mathematica (not wolfram alpha) > legal agreement: > > WRI, and its agents, representatives, and independent contractors, shall > not be obligated to provide or liable, under any circumstances, for > providing information on or corrections to errors and/or omissions > discovered at any time in the Product, whether or not they were aware of > the errors and/or omissions. WRI does not recommend the use of the > Product for applications in which errors and/or omissions could threaten > life, injury, or significant loss. Some states do not allow the > exclusion of implied warranties, so this may not apply to You. This > warranty gives You specific legal rights, and You may also have other > rights that vary from state to state. This Agreement is governed by the > laws of the State of Illinois in the United States of America without > effect to any choice of law provisions. > > .......... > see the middle of line 5. > > > > I believe the parser corresponds to the language of version 3. > However, many of the peculiarities of the language are present in > version 1. > > My comments stand on their own, and I think anyone reading them > can make his or her own conclusions about their validity. >
I just hope you never need any prescription medicine of any kind, because if you do, you will find the box contains a list of possible unpleasant side effects. These vary in severity, up to but not exceeding death!
All that your quote demonstrates, is that we live in an absurdly litigious culture!