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Microsoft has updated its "Software and Services" License Agreement to state that it can update its software to stop you from playing "counterfeit games" and using unauthorized peripheral hardware.
Microsoft has confirmed that the EULA for stand alone versions of Office 2013 tie the software license to just one PC and that the license can't be moved to another PC.
Microsoft has decided to make changes to the End User License Agreements for Windows 8, allowing regular consumers to install versions of the software normally used by OEM companies on their PCs.
Microsoft reveals that it will be making changes to its end user license agreements for some of its products and services that would keep people from filing class action lawsuits to settle disputes.
Apple and Psystar this week both requested summary judgements in the ongoing legal battle about Psystar's legal right to produce and sell Macintosh clones. In its motion for summary judgement, Apple has requested that Judge...
As we mentioned earlier, Google's Chrome browser, though much hailed for its speed, does have its fair share of rust stains, including a EULA which originally gave Google complete control over all content submitted through...
In using Apple Software Update to slip his Safari browser onto millions of Windows PCs, Steve Jobs didn't just undermine "the security of the whole Web". He's made a mockery of end user licensing agreements."...
Dear Windows Update V5 Beta testers: The Windows Update Team has a new End-User License Agreement (EULA) for the pre-release versions of the Windows Update site and its contents. A survey page containing...
Thx Gary! 'In an intriguing ruling picked up by LinuxJournal's Don Marti, a US district court has given encouragement to software users who want to extricate themselves from restrictive software licenses. ...