Now and then I read a thread the essence of which is "I'd like to.. but the EULA says..."
So I've got a question: SO WHAT?
Specifically, what makes the EULA binding and enforceable, given your local laws regarding contracts, standard agreements, consumer rights, and EULAs in particular; and also the intellectual property and fair use laws?
(For example, I recall a case where a student was given the right to resell Microsoft software; the license prohibited it, but it was found unfair.)
I read the discussions posted here before, and also elsewhere, but didn't find anything convincing either way.