Friday, June 3, 2011

Why You Should Always Check Your EULA

When did you last check a EULA? Not even sure what it is?

It stands for End User License Agreement, and every time you install a program on your computer or mobile device, and sometimes even when you just use a new piece of hardware, you implicitly sign up to everything that licensing agreement says.

That can be a pain in the neck because, let's face it, most of us don't read them.

In fact, we can guess that around one-thirtieth of one percent of users read their EULAs (pronounced "you-las") since one software company that offered $1,000 to the first person to spot this prize buried away in its licensing agreement recorded 3,000 downloads before anyone claimed it.

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