Used Software Can Be Sold, Says EU Court of Justice
Wow. This gives some implications, not to just the gaming industry, but to all kinds of digital content. I wonder how Amazon will respond to this and how they might transfer licenses.
So, DAZ3D, I know the EU-market might not be as big as the US market, but it might pay off to read the decision of the EU court. It basically says that the EULA cannot be used to hinder a resell of digital content, and this will apply to those living in in a EU-country (not my country, we're - surprisingly not a member).
Say somebody decides to sell off their entire runtime, this will be legal in the EU. I think that what the copy contains (program, e-book, other digital content) doesn't matter.
But it will definitely give some headache to the publishers.