Posted by: John Colby | Wednesday September 3 2008

Google Chrome EULA

There seems to be a little unresolved contention over the terms of the End User License Agreement you click on when downloading and installing Chrome, specifically section 11.  It seems ambiguous. Either that or it’s all encompassing. Or maybe it’s a legal cock-up.

The Register has the story and comment.

And I used Firefox to publish this.

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