We've already established that almost no one reads end user license agreements after one company put into their's a promise to pay $1,000 to the first person who asked -- and it took four months for someone to notice. However, perhaps it's like making sausage -- where you'd never agree to an EULA if you knew what it was you were agreeing to. Slashdot points to an article where various EULAs have been dissected for your reading horror as you realize just how much of your soul you've sold to load some programs you probably already have.
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