Google Chrome license agreement fixed

Update on Google Chrome: The End User License Agreement has been fixed to remove the most objectionable qualities (the ones I mentioned in previous posts).

This looks a whole lot better. (This is taken from the download page, as you can see from the “accept and install” button.)

Personal footnote: Nealy all of the software I use is under the GNU GPL, what the folks there call a “copyleft.” So, to me, the Chrome EULA seems a little heavy, but it wouldn’t be if you’re used to using proprietary software anyway.

(Still waiting for the Linux version of Chrome; I must test it out.)

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