LCA: The state of the Nouveau project
Posted Jan 17, 2007 15:47 UTC (Wed) by emk
In reply to: LCA: The state of the Nouveau project
Parent article: LCA: The state of the Nouveau project
If you know something was only available wrongly, you can't use it.
Well, if you're responsible for the wrong-doing, then you're liable. But as far as I know, once the information becomes public, then the trade secret is pretty much moot, at least as far as innocent third-parties are concerned. (I'd check with a lawyer before acting on that assumption, though. And rules are presumably different in different jurisdictions.)
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