As a statement on the many who sign on to end-user licensing agreements too fast, Florence Meunier prints out a EULA and reworks it into something new.
EULA reveals Microsoft's plans to clamp down on PC piracy.
Microsoft responds to reports that it completely disabled consoles belonging to people who violated a nondisclosure agreement.
Microsoft wants users to pay for its $100 Office 365 subscription. Turns out, though, that it can be bypassed for Office apps on iPad.
Microsoft is changing its end-user license for unspecified consumer software and hardware products to eliminate users' ability to engage in class-action lawsuits.
If you've wondered about whether you can install your one purchase of OS X Lion on all of your Macs, the answer is simple: you can.
Just what are you agreeing to when you click on a license agreement on a software app or Web site? Today we're discussing EULAs, TOSes, AUPs, and other contracts you sign whenever you use technology. With special guest, Attorney Gabriel Ramsey of Orrick.
Why are consumer software license agreements so long? We don't know yet, but we have found a way to make them entertaining.
Adobe has angered some developers by taking a 10 per cent slice of revenue made on iOS apps published using its Director 12 software.
Far from the barrage of gadget announcements, a comparatively unsexy discussion on the future of privacy and cloud-stored data unspooled at CES 2013.