Apple's EULA nonsense

Summary:Granted, not many people read EULAs, but at the end of the day is there any point. Take a look at this weird clause in Apple's EULA for Safari 3.1 for Windows.

[UPDATED 03/27/08:  Apple has quietly updated the EULA.

Granted, not many people read EULAs, but at the end of the day is there any point since most are just gibberish.  Take a look at this weird clause (via The Register) in Apple's EULA for Safari 3.1 for Windows:

AppleÂ’s EULA nonsense

2. Permitted License Uses and Restrictions. A. This License allows you to install and use one copy of the Apple Software on a single Apple-labeled computer at a time.

Sure thing Steve.  I can't agree to those terms. 

Topics: Apple

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