Comments on Don’t ignore internal security (and don’t write passwords on Post-it’s)A SearchCIO-Midmarket.com blog2013-04-02T15:16:26Zhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/cio/dont-ignore-internal-security-and-dont-write-passwords-on-post-its/feed/atom/By: IronicalIronicalhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/cio/dont-ignore-internal-security-and-dont-write-passwords-on-post-its/#comment-312008-09-06T07:43:46Z2008-09-06T07:43:46ZSurely, nobody actually reads EULAs (I have slogged thru’ a few, to no benefit), much less pass them to the legal department to give an opinion? Given their excessive length and legalistic language, they must surely count as ‘unfair’ and therefore unenforceable? This particularly applies if they attempt to infringe basic rights to perform acts that are otherwise legal and legitimate (such as criticising companies that do not fulfil their duties properly). It makes me laugh when the EULA for some trifling piece of lashed-up freeware incorporates a prohibition not to copy the software when you have just downloaded it for free, from the publisher! Who are they kidding!