Dreyfuss Reads the iTunes EULA

Do yourself a favour and spend a minute or two on CNET’s Reporters’ Roundtable page. The topic was those complex, prolix, and tricky software license agreements, a.k.a. End User License Agreements. To spice things up a little, they asked actor Richard Dreyfuss to read portions of Apple’s iTunes EULA. The result is a license in four parts, each in a different voice. Lovely.

It makes you think that these things on the web should all have an audio version — done by someone with talent, of course.

[via @privacylawyer]

Comments

  1. I’d like to draft license agreements intended to be read aloud by Darth Vader. Does enforcement by force-choke comply with consumer protection laws?