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[Solved] Cheap windows 10 home keys - are these sources legal?

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    #2
    adamjur1
    Level 41  
    Not really - they are recovered from decommissioned computers, you never have a guarantee that someone earlier (e.g. the owner of a later deleted computer) has not "used" it
    They can be used safely (but I do not know if legally) in computers that do not have internet contact.
    Greetings. J.
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    #3
    madamsz1
    Level 39  
    Sometimes they also sell company keys - the company bought 100 pieces, and ultimately it turned out that it needs 20, and the rest someone ... sells :)
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    Supercross
    Level 17  
    I bought keys for PLN 7 from the Allegro and everything works
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    Adi0101
    Level 3  
    And where can you buy legally and cheaply?
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    Supercross
    Level 17  
    Adi0101 wrote:
    And where can you buy legally and cheaply?

    Just move your mouse everywhere and start looking. If you have any contraindications to buy on the Internet, go to the store and buy Windows 10 stores, you will probably find or need help?
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    Jarzabek666
    Level 37  
    The basic question is how is it cheaper somewhere than at the manufacturer's ??? make your own conclusions ...
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    adamjur1
    Level 41  
    It could be a "unified pricing strategy"
    Instead of building a distribution network, the producer overstates the price, sells it to the intermediary for a much lower price, who is now cheaper than the producer, makes money on it, and everyone is happy (except for the end customer). :cry: :cry: )
    In another industry, for example on copper cables, I have over 60% discount, and the wholesaler still has to earn ...
    Greetings J.
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    lazania
    Level 16  
    I tried such a key for PLN 10. I had to activate by phone through the machine and it's ok.
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    pawel1148
    Level 23  
    Reselling Windows keys in the European Union is legal (not in the rest of the world). The problem is whether the person reselling the key actually obtained and resold it to you only. So the problem of keys comes down to the problem of each key separately.

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    klamot
    Level 17  
    LEGAL NOTICE

    I declare that the sale meets the conditions set out in the Directive 2009/24 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2009 on the legal protection of computer programs. According to the judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union of 3 July 2012. in case C-128/11, Art. 4 sec. 2 of Directive 2009/24 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2009 on the legal protection of computer programs should be understood in such a way that the second licensee, like any subsequent licensee, may rely on the provisions of Article . 2 of that directive, exhaustion of the right to distribute, and consequently are entitled buyers of a copy of a computer program. It is irrelevant whether that copy of the computer program was made available to the customer by the copyright holder by downloading it from its website or by means of a tangible medium such as CD-ROM or DVD. From recitals 4 and 5 of Directive 2009/24, issued pursuant to Art. 95 EC, it follows that its purpose is to eliminate differences in the laws of the Member States which seriously affect the functioning of the internal market as regards computer programs. A uniform interpretation of the concept of "sale" is necessary in order to avoid that the protection of rightholders afforded by that directive may differ according to the applicable national law.
    Consequently, a software author cannot oppose the resale of his "used" licenses enabling the use of his programs downloaded from the Internet. The exclusive right to distribute a copy of a computer program covered by such a license is exhausted upon its first sale.
    The reference for a preliminary ruling allows the courts of the Member States, in the context of a dispute before them, to ask the Court for an interpretation of EU law or an assessment of the validity of an EU act. The Tribunal does not hear the domestic dispute.
    It is for the national court to decide the case in accordance with the judgment of the Court. The ruling thus binds other domestic courts faced with a similar problem.

    http://curia.europa.eu/jcms/upload/docs/application/pdf/2012-07/cp120094pl.pdf
    On the OEM license for the Windows operating system. According to the current rulings of the National Appeals Chamber and the District Court in Warsaw, the OEM license enables the reinstallation of the computer program being the subject of the license on another device. Moreover, the provisions of the license that exclude such a possibility are inconsistent with applicable law, and thus are ineffective. The obligation to distribute OEM software with hardware only is not effective for the purposes of exhaustion, and therefore breaching this condition (and marketing the software itself) is legal under Art. 51 sec. 3 of the Act on Copyright and Related Rights.
    For more information, read these publicly available judgments: https://www.saos.org.pl/judgments/201789
    https://www.saos.org.pl/judgments/191257

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    Law Firm Andreasik, Balcerowiak & Ossowski sp. P.
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    phone: 607 337 466
  • #13
    Adi0101
    Level 3  
    Thank you all for the information I already know everything