Play Safe with any EULA
September 1, 2007 Leave a comment
EULA is probably the most commonly used piece of software products in this world. It is also the least visited, read, or used part of any software release. If this sounds like greek to you, you better know few things about EULA.
Any legal software in this world will bound to a legal software license agreement called EULA. This is nothing but End User License Agreement. This agreement is shown typically at the time of installation or first use of the software in web or desktop systems. Once the end user agrees to EULA of any software, it is assumed that he/she is well aware of the software’s behavior or side effects. So it is very important for us to read and understand the so-called EULAs. Since EULAs are made off with legal terminology, nobody really cares to read at all.
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