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Old 02-12-2012, 02:25 PM   #67
BillSmithBooks
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Location: www.OutlawGalaxy.com, Foothills of NY's Adirondack mountains
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The thing about EULAs that I have always wondered about:

How can a EULA possibly be a binding contract if you haven't signed it?

Clicking to "yes, I agree" is hardly the same thing as signing an actual contract. Has this issue ever been resolved in a court?

And if it's not a binding contract, then it would seem that a digital purchase is merely a "sale," not a license.
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