Are EULA’s too restrictive?
Do companies like Apple and Sony overstep their boundaries and the law when the “shrink wrapped” licenses the force you to agree to when you purchase a piece of hardware?
Should they have any right or jurisdiction at all to tell you what you can and can’t do with something that you own. Do the EULA’s for a piece of hardware, such as the iPad, have any standing in real life or if you chose tho challenge them in court?
Formulate your answers to these questions and let me know what you think after your read Devin Coldeweys article on Crunch Gear - The User’s Manifesto: in defense of hacking, modding, and jailbreaking.