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'''Mass-market software''' is
 
'''Mass-market software''' is
   
{{Quote|[[software]] that is (1) generally available to the public by [[sale]], without restriction, from stock at retail selling points through [[over-the-counter]], telephone, and mail transactions and (2) designed for [[user]] [[installation]] without substantial supplier support.<ref>[[Communications Privacy: Federal Policy and Actions]], at 24 n.31.</ref>}}
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{{Quote|[[software]] that is (1) generally available to the public by [[sale]], without restriction, from stock at retail selling points through [[over-the-counter]], telephone, and mail transactions and (2) designed for [[user]] [[installation]] without substantial supplier support.<ref>[[Communications Privacy: Federal Policy and Actions]], at 35.</ref>}}
   
 
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== References ==
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Latest revision as of 01:01, 22 October 2011

Definition[]

Mass-market software is

software that is (1) generally available to the public by sale, without restriction, from stock at retail selling points through over-the-counter, telephone, and mail transactions and (2) designed for user installation without substantial supplier support.[1]

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