Your Computer`s Software Is On To You [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago in Tech

Next time, at least fake reading the terms of agreement.
There are 36 comments:
Female 3
Computer`s well-known software such as Office Microsoft Access 2010 software as well as Office software Microsoft Publisher 2010 also are one part of Microsoft Office which are usefull now.
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Female 8
I never read those kind of agreements until I went to Law School. Now I read them thoroughly before agreeing. Always good to know what rights you`ve given up!
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Male 525
They`re called click throughs for a reason
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Male 36
I read the whole terms of service for TurnItIn.com during class, the teacher grabbed the mouse and clicked it for me.
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Female 3,828
i always just click "agree". lol one time my stepdad insisted on reading the whole thing. i was like, wtf? id never heard of anyone who actually did that...
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Male 1,081
No one reads the license...
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Male 431
lol paul thats basically EXACTLY what they do.
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Male 289
awesome
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Male 2,199
lol i always wondered, what if the site timed you on how long you spent reading the terms of agreement
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Male 985
hehe clever
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Female 4,447
LOL Nice one.
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Male 670
[quote]Basically, it`s trying to make sure that if it breaks, you can`t legally come back and bitch at them unless they specifically are at fault.[/quote]

You can basically put a "IF ANYTHING HAPPENS TO YOUR COMPUTER IT IS NOT MY FAULT" in there.
No one can sue no matter what now.

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Male 454
I`ve stupidly waited for that to happen to me someday. Man, that gave me a good laugh.
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Male 1,485
thats happened to me once.............. but on a porn site
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Female 285
D:

It knows...

*Takes Foil Hat From Opie*

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Male 1,455
iTunes also specifically states that you may not use iTunes in the creation of nuclear, chemical, or biological weapons. Damn you, Apple!
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Male 3,482
"It protects the software company from being sued if you lose a song due to "Acts of God"... Seriously."

A lot of electronic devices and programs have that in their warranties and TOS agreements.

It`s meant to protect against someone suing them if, say, a flood were to occur and the device or program is damaged.

Basically, it`s trying to make sure that if it breaks, you can`t legally come back and bitch at them unless they specifically are at fault.

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Female 98
"Let me engourage everybody to read the last couple of paragraphs of the iTunes agreement next time you install a new version. It protects the software company from being sued if you lose a song due to "Acts of God"... Seriously."

lol, i read something like that on an alarm clock manual thing

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Female 362
Skabashas - maybe "Acts of God" is another way of saying "Acts of Nature?" As in, if there`s a flood that destroys your iPod and your computer and you can`t redownload your purchased songs you can`t sue them.
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Male 51
"any body else click the ok button on the pic?"

Guilty as charged.

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Male 75
any body else click the ok button on the pic?
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Female 1,283
Rofl.
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Male 1,256
Let me engourage everybody to read the last couple of paragraphs of the iTunes agreement next time you install a new version. It protects the software company from being sued if you lose a song due to "Acts of God"... Seriously.
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Female 451
LMAOO. that`s hilarious, I`m always worried somehow they will know because I just click it and don`t scroll, or that maybe they will get me in court for something I did wrong that I hadn`t read in the license. Wow I sound crazy.
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Male 383
yah, i never read them. im also kinda paranoid of that to.
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Male 25,417
Spooky!
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Female 15,763
Tin foil hats here, get your tin foil hats here, folks!
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Male 5,194
End-User License Agreement
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It is hereby agreed that this software will not run on anything, ever. It is agreed that you pay us for it, and you don`t get your money back, ever. Also, you stink and eat your own boogers and we are laughing at you every day for being a schmuck.
[]AGREE
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Male 16
They should have the all the complex stuff as usual plus at the top maybe some key points that any normal person might be interested in.
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Female 1,682
I go the end of them and skim it, sometimes they have little surprises for you at the end...Like stuff to order free M&M`s :3
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Male 4,004
They usually make the ULA`s so long to read, so that you don`t read them. It is the reason most companies have 50 lawyers working on ULA`s. The longer they are, the more complex they sound, the harder it will be for the average person to find the bullpoo they are trying to hide. Because, agreeing to every single ULA is an agreement to be drated over.
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Female 1,604
lol been waiting for all those ones I skim to tell me that
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Male 2,703
its true...

have you ever installed a program for an older person who actually wants to read the license? 30 minutes later I had a 30second process completed.

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Male 140
I`ve had programs do this to me. ;P
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Male 193
that is hilarious
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Male 20,827
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