|Weblog:||Dragging the Butter|
|Subject:||"Freedom zero" article was radical|
Response to: "Freedom zero" article was radical
Of course not, "any terms." But the Dilbert example you give is instructive. There are two or three possible problems: are the terms deceptive, are they unreasonable, are they under compulsion? In Dilbert's comic case, they were both deceptive (or at least hidden) and unreasonable. In many click-through licenses, there are hidden gotchas. In Microsoft's case, there was also the possible problem that the terms were forced on users because of Microsoft's market power.