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November 29, 2004
When EULAs Bite
Ben Edelman bites back.
Later: James Grimmelman: "This agreement, whether characterized as a 'license' to use Gator's copyrighted software or a 'contract' between you and Gator, is still a manipulative, low-down, dirty, no-good document."
Later #2: Edward Felten: "I would love to see a 'EULA doghouse' site that listed products with excessive EULAs, or that rated products by the content of their EULAs. At the very least, EULA evaluation could become standard procedure for people writing reviews of software products. Unfortunately, there hasn't been much progress on this front."
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