EuLA protects the licensor or copyright holder of the software by prohibiting the licensee from reselling the software at your expense for their own personal benefits. A license essentially gives the user “permission” or a limited right to use the software. 13.4. WiFi Finder. WiFi Finder allows its users to help other users access the Internet by sharing data through WiFi networks. If you choose to share data with other users over Wi-Fi networks, you are solely responsible for ensuring that you do not violate the rights of third parties regarding those Wi-Fi networks or the data you share. Members of the provider group assume no responsibility or liability for complying with the terms applicable to the use of Wi-Fi networks or data shared by you. By downloading software from Adobe Systems Incorporated or its subsidiaries (“Adobe”) from this site, you agree to the following terms. If you do not agree with these terms, do not download the software. The terms of an end user license agreement attached to a particular software file when installing or downloading the software supersede the terms set forth below. All the above clauses clearly define what the user can do and what is forbidden to him. The EULA regulates the use of clients downloaded or purchased free of charge. The end user does not acquire ownership of the software; it only obtains the usage rights provided by the developer.
An EULA is important for software developers because when someone installs, downloads, or uses a copy of your software application on their computer or mobile device, they are essentially making a copy of the copyrighted software. This legal agreement imposes limits and commitments related to the personal use of this copyrighted software. . . .