Eula

iCloud end user agreement makes for art project

Apple's end user license agreements (EULAs) are rarely-read from cover to cover; they're often dozens of pages of legalese that make the average person's eyes glaze over. While it's mind-numbing for most of it, it was inspiration for artist Florence Meunier, who used an overlay featuring redaction marks to blot out unwanted text until what's revealed is a poem that tells the story of a man who didn't read the EULA and suffered the consequences.

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iBooks Author updated, includes newer, better EULA that clarifies content distribution

Shortly after Apple released iBooks Author for Mac, word started to circulate that content made within the app could only be sold in Appleā€™s iBookstore. Under their license agreement, confusion arose about whether authors could freely distribute their work elsewhere and if they'd be allowed to sell anything created in iBooks Author outside of the iBookstore.

Apple has now updated their EULA for iBooks Author to clarify this concern, specifically pointing out this only applies to .iBook formatted eBooks, and doesn't effect the content itself.

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