If EULAs are going to be held enforceable under contract law, then the same rules that apply to contract law should apply. Namely, if I delete (cross out) the parts of the EULA that I don't like and agree to the remainder, that should be legally binding. You can do just that by editing textareas in web forms and by editing EULA.TXT before installing a piece of software. Unfortunately the courts aren't smart enough about technology to see a reasonable equivalency there.

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