Month: March 2017

Ignorance is no defence in the eyes of the law

Ignorance is no defence in the eyes of the law

Ignorance is no defence in the eyes of the law, But you try telling the Dutch Police this.  The land of easy-going attitudes and impossibly-good footballers, saw its police force requesting a rebate from Microsoft.  They had bought nearly €3Million of Microsoft Home User Edition Licences in 2008, and the courts have finally ruled. Precedence… Continue reading Ignorance is no defence in the eyes of the law

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Is it time to rewrite the ELP?

Is it time to rewrite the ELP?

Is it time to rewrite the ELP? The recent court case concerning Diageo and their errant use of SAP software brings into sharp focus the matter of perspective that is needed when taking intangible purchases and turning them into electronic services. A £54M penalty is going to offer an eye-watering jab in the pockets of… Continue reading Is it time to rewrite the ELP?

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