Like most people, Sneak feels life is at least three-score-and-ten years too short to bother reading the details of software licensing agreements, and simply assumes that vendors are writing themselves a blank cheque at Sneak's expense, should a licensing dispute ever wind up in court.
Most companies achieve their evil ends by burying onerous terms among yards of blather. However, with its Windows Defender security tool, Microsoft is taking the opposite tack. The box containing licensing terms, which Sneak had to accept before proceeding, was entirely blank. Presumably Microsoft will fill in the bit about forfeiture of the soul later, at its own convenience.
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