Fight Back Against Bad EULAs
from the let-everyone-know dept
We all know that very few people actually read end user license agreements (EULAs), and even when they do, it seems like some companies don't live by them. However, part of the problem is that companies often try to hide both the important and ridiculous terms in so much legalese that it's not even worth bothering. That's why most people probably don't realize they're supposed to stop listening to Sony BMG music if they go bankrupt. However, it looks like a new service is trying to help deal with this issue, leveraging the power of the community. Spyware Confidential is pointing to a new service called EULAscan that asks people to review the various EULAs they come across, so that people can see what others have said. It's been up for a little while, apparently, but still could use more people reviewing EULAs to make it really useful.