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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by maclover001, May 10, 2008.
I have never once read a license agreement. Do you?
I always scroll through them, because sometimes they don't let you press accept until you get to the bottom. But I've never in my entire life read one. Nobody does.
I usually skim read then
occasionally they are worth the read like this one:
It's like legal speak that lawyers spew out. Makes no real sense and I wish they would include a english translation of it as well
I've read a few but they're boring.
At the end of the day, pretty much anything you do with the software is your responsibility, and if you do something you shouldn't do then you face the consequences
Tried looking for the iTunes Atom Bomb thing once, though. Couldn't find it
http://www.pcpitstop.com/spycheck/eula.asp -- proof that it is a good idea to read your EULA.
I never read them, I just click on the button that says I accept the terms of it.
I do one better: I read them, then I send them some variant of the anti-EULA.
I just click accept or, in some cases like with WOW, scroll to the bottom and then click accept.
I don't read them, and anyone who says they do is lying
I have read one once and I skim them if I am really board but mostly I dont even think about it.
i never read them completely, i almost always just skim it and click accept.
Never - I guess somebody could easily sell me some insurance that way
nope, i don't read them. sometimes i might read a little bit of them, but not usually
Asimov created three laws of robotics.
Lawyers create endless laws.
Heck, I dislike when they make me scroll to the bottom, to check a box, saying I agree
I know I should, but who has that kind of time.
never have in my life, well maybe like one..
Yes. I always grab a cup of coffee and my monocle and go through every line.
No .. cos what are you going to do next if you don't agree? And I don't agree. If I knew someone in Iran I'd send them OS X just to exercise my opposition to them. It's just another aspect of American imperialism. I just say yeah to it but in my head it hasn't made any difference. Obedience Is Suicide as the T-shirt used to say.
I used to be one of those people who just glossed over license agreements. Now, though, I read them - just to make sure I'm not opting into something I don't want.