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Do you bother reading the EULAs of software?

Posted April 29th, 2012 at 03:43 AM by Twiggy

You know, software licences. So much legalese, and yet, sometimes you do have to read it just in case it does something that you wouldn't want it to. Do you read the software licences of software in full? Or do you skim it? Do you just click I Agree without looking? Or do you copy and paste the entire thing into an EULA checker?

I skim through stuff, but I do still give it a bit of a read as long as I have a good idea of what I'm doing.
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    I skim it and if something looks different from all the other EULAs I read, I'll check over it more carefully. Typically I don't pay them too much mind, though.

    It's a good practise to get into to at least skim them, though.
    Posted April 29th, 2012 at 09:05 AM by Cherrim Cherrim is offline
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