I've been using Reflector for 2 years. Recently I started getting a message on startup telling me the version is out of date, and do I want to update it. To which I've replied no, since I realized reflector now costs money and the version I was using was sufficient. (Although I have been contemplating a purchase).
Anyway, when responding 'no' to this prompt, the software loaded as usual. Until tonight. Now after specifying 'no', the dialog drops, and the software does not load.
I might be jumping the gun, but if my hunch is correct, Red Gate has no right to violate my personal property. When I downloaded this software, it was free, with no time restrictions, and entering my space and disabling it so I have to purchase a newer version is no different than if Alias decided my Maya 6 should be updated to Maya 7 with another purchase.
Red Gate could very well be liable for this action.