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Comment from: Brian [Visitor]  
Brian

I (respectfully) disagree. I think it is both fair and reasonable to expect uncapped indemnification liability when buying a license to software. Selling the software and making sure it is free of problems (virus, infringement, defects, lawsuits, etc.) is the responsibility of the seller / licensor, much like when I buy a toaster, I assume the manufacturer has tested it and made sure it works and I have the right and ability to use it. Here’s a more detailed explanation: https://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20140602192923-1102979-what-is-a-cap-on-an-indemnity-clause-and-why-should-i-care?trk=prof-post

07/29/14 @ 13:58