Dennis Sheehan is fighting back against the EULA-mafia, and has won the first round.
January 2006 the 43-year-old from Grizzly Flats in eastern California ordered a computer from Gateway. The appliance turned out to be rubbish. Months of fruitless conversations with tech support followed, which ended with Gateway's flat-out refusal to solve his problem.
Being a proper American, Sheehan took his case to court. That's when things got really interesting.
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