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.
This week's podcast looks at the myths behind numbers on product packaging and the fine print in EULAs, and wraps up the news.
Just what are you agreeing to when you click on a license agreement on a software app or Web site? Today we discuss EULAs, TOSes, AUPs, and other contracts you sign when you use tech. Our guest: Attorney Gabriel Ramsey of Orrick.
Researchers use TaintDroid tool to analyze potentially sensitive data collected from Android phones by a sample of apps.
A recent ruling, while called "a major blow" to consumer rights, reflects an increasingly popular media market shift from physical to digital and from owning to renting, argues Stanford Law fellow Larry Downes.
Project Vigilant is the mysterious group whose members outed Wikileaks' alleged source and want to monitor Internet attacks to find out who's behind them.