Today’s post highlights some of the key characteristics of end user license agreements.
If you’ve used the Internet any time recently, you’ve likely had to click “I accept” or “I agree” in order to use a particular website or software application. Typically, you are accepting and agreeing to an “end user license agreement.” As a software developer, it’s incredibly important to protect the intellectual property behind the software, as well as reduce as much liability as possible. These end user license agreements spell out the terms of the license for your use of the particular software. Today’s post highlights some of the key characteristics of end user license agreements.
What is an end user license agreement?
An end user license agreement (EULA) is an agreement between a software developer or author and an individual or…