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Kamis, 14 Februari 20130 komentar


If you are installing a software, you will definitely see a license agreement which is called the EULA (end user licensing agreement) or TOS (terms of service). But almost none of us will or the time to read it because it is typical to press the "I Agree" at the bottom. Though legally legal, this EULA is important to understand in order to avoid misunderstandings in the future.

Interestingly, if you took time to read the EULA, then usually you will get a variety of weird and funny things that exist in the EULA. What are the terms of the software license agreement that is funny? Here Nwill share itew Tech for you.

iTunes - No make nuclear weapons

"You also agree that you will not use these products for any purposes prohibited by United States law, including, without Limitation, the development, design, manufacture or production of nuclear, missiles, or chemical or biological weapons."

If you read the EULA on top, then you are prohibited from using iTunes to make missiles, biological weapons, or nuclear weapons. In other words, if you are a terrorist, you are prohibited from using this iTunes program. However, the question, whether the terrorists will read this EULA when they install iTunes?

Safari For Windows - No install on Windows

"This License Allows you to install and use one copy of the Apple Software on a single Apple-labeled computer at a time."

Very strange indeed if the software is prohibited Safari for Windows is installed on Windows. So where we have to install it? Apparently Apple wants the software is only installed on Mac computers that use the Windows operating system. In other words, you should not install this software on your PC that issued manufacturers other than Apple.

Google Chrome - Yourself proprietary Google

"... You give Google a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free, and non-exclusive license to reproduce, adapt, modify, translate, publish, publicly perform, publicly display and distribute any Content roomates you submit, post or display on or through, the Services. "

The above paragraph is the EULA that is in the first version of Google Chrome. In the Google EULA states that it has all the things you do on the internet, such as online banking passwords, passwords and other various sites. Paragraph is then removed from the EULA because maybe I just do copy-paste when writing.

Microchip - Come to your house to audit at midnight

"Microchip's authorized representatives will have the right to reasonably inspect, Announced or unannounced and in its sole and absolute discretion, Licensee's premises and to audit Licensee's records and inventory of Licensee's use of the Software, Whether located on Licensee's premises or elsewhere, at any time , in order to Ensure Licensee's adherence to the terms of this Agreement. "

If you read the EULA in the later agreed to install Microchip, juag means you have agreed that after a while there was a team from Microchip that comes to your house at 2 nights for the audit.

PC Pitstop - $ 1000 for your free

"A special consideration roomates may include financial compensation will be awarded to a limited number of authorize licensees to read this section of the license agreement and contact PC Pitstop at consideration@pcpitstop.com. This offer may be Withdrawn at any time. "

Another unique thing done by the PC software Pitsop. In the EULA it, he wrote that anyone who reads the above, then he is entitled to receive a certain amount of prize money. This was deliberately done by the PC Pitsop to check How many men are going to read the EULA. Apparently, there is only one person who read the EULA after the software is released for 4 months and has been downloaded 3,000 times. People who read the EULA is then awarded a prize of $ 1,000, or about 10 million dollars by PC Pitstop.
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