Image Credit: Gregg Bernstein
This is a proposed design for the iTunes Software License Agreement. It’s not real, but we wish it could be. It’s designed by a student at Savannah College of Art and Design.
Gregg Bernstein took the 4,137 words of Apple’s iTunes Terms & Conditions and made it into something more easily read and understood by the average user. Not only are these terms often put in a bunch of legal mumbo-jumbo that us regular folks don’t fully get, they are long and boring. Seriously, last time we bothered counting, the iTunes Store Terms & Conditions were 55 pages long on an iPhone.
We know they are just a cover your arse thing on Apple’s side. They are protecting themselves against any liabilities. Still, it’s all pretty one-sided (understandably so) and in the end what options do we have? 1) Agree. 2) Don’t agree and don’t use the software.
Then again, you may not want to find yourself in a Human CENTiPAD situation because you didn’t read the terms.
(via the Daily)