I was installing ADCPro (v2) and I was asked to agree to an EULA with this somewhat surprising clause:
e. Reports. At TI's request, you will complete and send to TI, one (1) written evaluation report concerning the performance of the Licensed Materials, including failure logs, status reports, and error reports, as well as any and all benchmarking results relating to the comparison of the Licensed Materials with competitive products. Such report will also discuss your evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of the Licensed Materials and any recommended improvements.
I'm pretty sure my CEO won't agree to this. Besides the fact that I work for our company, not TI, any competitor information we gather is probably covered by their EULA (not to mention ethics).
This was further muddied by:
1) Nowhere did the EULA text say what software it applied to.
2) The installer followed up with a second, different EULA, which did not contain this clause. I don't know which EULA applies to what -- does the second supercede the first?
Perhaps such a "request" is improbable, but that kind of thing doesn't hold up in court, so my only recourse is to uninstall ADCPro (dissolving the agreement) and evaluate on my own.
I don't see this mentioned/discussed on the Forum. Does this clause really not mean what the words seem to say? Is the first EULA inoperative due to the second EULA? (I'm fine with the second EULA.)