Purpleb wrote:If I sold logic to someone would they be able to get my info from the license?? and how do you transfer the license??
There's some confusion between license and registration here. A license is an intangible right to use something. It doesn't "have your info". It's just your right to use Logic. You purchased that right when you "purchased Logic".
Now for protection, Apple decides to give a serial number to their users. That's the key that'll get the car (Logic) started.
When you sell Logic, you sell your serial, and the license with it. There's really nothing else to do. The buyer just has a serial and an intangible right to use it, just because YOU, the owner of the license, agreed to it.
Now if you've registered your software, that's different. That has nothing to do with your license. That's just an optional thing software manufacturers encourage you to do so they can have your contact info and send you notices when updates are available, or most probably adverts when they release new stuff. They're just trying to grow their mailing list. That's it. You don't' have to register - there's no benefit for you. It's for the manufacturers.
If you've registered, no problem, owning your license and your serial doesn't entitle someone to have access to your registration data.
If you want to transfer the registration that's probably a painful process involving Apple - I wouldn't bother.
So basically, don't worry about it, sell your DVDs with the serial as if you were selling a bike, and you should be fine.