15 May 2019

Rapidly Approaching

You own nothing.

We're rapidly approaching the day where we need jurisprudence that states that a contract which is binding only to one party because the other can amend it at will is not a contract at all and therefore not binding on any signatory.

We've long needed something that prevents the "take or leave it" EULA post-purchase.  It's not like they're going to give your money back if you read the license agreement and say no, are they?

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