anti-spyware firm PC Pitstop buried a note in its own EULA, saying they would give $1,000 to the first person who emailed them at a certain address.
而這個 $1000 用了多久才送出去呢？
It only took four months and over 3,000 downloads before someone noticed it and sent an email (and got the $1,000).
由於在某些國家對消費者的保護比較嚴格，如果某套軟體讓使用者同意 EULA 用的方法被證明會使得使用者「幾乎不會看」，這可能會使得 EULA 無效：
While this is an amusing story, it should also serve to show that EULAs shouldn’t be valid at all.