EtherPad source code is free, now what?
Posted Dec 31, 2009 1:15 UTC (Thu) by giraffedata
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There would also be no refunds to customers who had already paid for the
I have a hard time imagining AppJet thought they were going to get away with
that, at least for any amounts that had been pre-paid beyond the scheduled
service end date. To do otherwise would invite a lawsuit, and worse.
You can get away with anything by dying. My understanding is that AppJet is a corporation that will cease to exist and there will be no one to sue. You take a big risk extending credit to a corporation, which you do when you pay for services in advance. There are corner cases where you can get officers, directors, and stockholders of a corporation, and people who continue the corporation's business, to pay its debts, but normally it's just the creditor's risk.
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