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You Can’t Use iTunes To Make Nuclear Bombs And Wage Chemical Warfare


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End-User License Agreements (or EULAs) are the very bane of our existence here at Cult of Mac, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t helpful information to be gleaned from the jargon we typically ignore while installing software.

There happens to be a particularly interesting tidbit of information nestled in the 17,697-word iTunes Terms and Conditions EULA.

As noted by ModMyi, once you agree to use iTunes, you are absolutely prohibited from using the shiny music app for “the development, design, manufacture, or production of nuclear, missile, or chemical or biological weapons.” Apple obviously likes to cover all of the bases.

How would iTunes be used to help launch the world into a nuclear holocaust? The more you know…


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