Jerry Pournelle wrote in 1983: “I have not seen any evidence that. The Lévis agreements, full of “You don`t want” – have any effect on piracy. He gave the example of an ITA that was impossible for a user to respect, and said, “Come on, Fellows. No one expects these agreements to be respected. Mr. Pournelle found that, in practice, many companies have been more generous to their customers than their ITAs, and wondered, “So why do they insist that their customers sign `agreements`, which the customer does not want to keep and which the company knows are not respected?” Should we continue to hypocritically with publishers and customers?  This section may be short, such as the following example, as long as it contains broad but specific language that makes it clear that in the event of an infringement, the user is held liable for legal issues arising from the infringement. ITAs are used to define the extent to which the software can be used, cannot be used and what are the rights of the purchaser of the software application or not. They are usually submitted to users for verification during the installation or implementation phase of the software and must be approved before the installation is complete. An EUA is narrower and deals only with the conditions for granting a licence. All clauses of the EULA relate to the licence itself in relation to other aspects of the customer-business relationship found in an agreement with the general terms and conditions of sale. They will usually find only one ETA from companies that deal with software, saaS or mobile applications. Many ITAs assert significant liability restrictions. Most often, an EULA will endeavor to keep the software licensor harmless if the software harms the user`s computer or data, but some software also suggests limitations on the licensor`s liability for damages caused by misuse of the software (e.g.B misuse of tax preparation software and, therefore, penalties). One case that maintains such restrictions for consequential damages is M.A.
Mortenson Co. v. Timberline Software Corp., et al.