Richard Dreyfuss Does Dramatic Reading Of iTunes EULA

Most of us just blindly click “I ACCEPT” when presented with those user license agreements when we install software. I think I would pay a lot more attention if they were all give dramatic readings, like this one actor Richard Dreyfuss did of the Apple iTunes EULA.

He uses different voices for each section, each one sounding like someone you would see in a Shakespearian play. By putting the normally skimmed over legalese in a different and humorous context it makes you pay attention and think a little more about all the various rights you sign away in exchange for the right to use a program, something consumers should probably do more often.

Richard Dreyfuss reads the iTunes EULA [CNET]

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