Those nasty little End User License Agreements we so willingly accept every time a piece of software is updated, or every time we sign up for a new new social media service are paint to read. CNET decided to capitalize on this fact, and some negative publicity Apple got earlier this year involving their EULA, by having Richard Dreyfuss do a dramatic reading of Apple’s EULA. The results are pretty funny. Follow the linkhere to listen to Dreyfuss cover all aspects of Apple’s EULA including Please read, Your responsibility, Damages, and Effective until. My advice is skip to the damages and effective until sections. Signing away your basic rights has never sounded so… dramatic. Enjoy. Source:CNET

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