`The End User License Agreement. You probably have grown accustomed to clicking through on these when installing new software, so accustomed that you don’t even read them anymore. Well, we have and here are some of our favourites. We also present them with simultaneous plain English translations.’
Including: `[you] may not without Microsoft’s prior written approval disclose to any third party the results of any benchmark test’
and `You acknowledge and agree that in order to protect the integrity of certain third party content, Pinnacle and/or its licensors may provide for Software security related updates that will be automatically downloaded and installed on your computer. Such security related updates may impair the Software (and any other software on your computer which specifically depends on the Software) including disabling your ability to copy and/or play ‘secure’ content, i.e. content protected by digital rights management.’
April 26th, 2007 at 4:56 am
Anyone know where a copy of the (now-dead) link’s content can be found? http://www.tgdaily.com/2005/10/22/rtf_eula/ is MIA
April 26th, 2007 at 10:31 am
Sorry, I can’t seem to find the full article anywhere else. If you do a Google search for “RTF EULA” you get some other pages like mine that have quotes from various parts of the page. Nowhere the complete thing tho.
If you do find it I’d appreciate you letting me know so I can update my link. 🙂