I see. Questioning ?legitimacy? of complaints makes one ?an ******?. What a close minded universe you live in!
No, you're an ****** because you advocate rights for corporations, and not for citizens. Yes, you do that exactly, when you argue that click-through and shrink-wrap contracts are enforceable. In fact, once I purchase a thing, I have the absolute right to control it. Any verbiage within my property does not limit my ownership rights one iota, clown.
The fact that people market things under misleading terms does not absolved anybody of the responsibility to know better.
Ah, you mean like people who can afford an Apple Macintosh don't get infested with "free" (for a limited period) ISP services that renew automatically, and provide no notice at the time that bills begin, and aren't encumbered with Norton software that won't un-install without downloading rnav.exe or rnis.exe from symantec.com. I understand exactly what you're saying. The complaints are leveled appropriately against the package-dealers of crapware, not against purchasers of Macintosh computers, and the complaints are valid, as has been found by some courts already. Google it. You don't have a right to crap on my lawn, nor my computer.
You're a non-sequitur.
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