My Rav told me that an end-user license agreement (even if it says "licensed, not sold") in software is not binding. Can someone provide a source?

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    I didn't downvote but, in general, it is best to ask him directly what he meant and where he learned this. See here for a related answer. See also all the related questions listed in comments on that question – mbloch Apr 5 at 3:45
  • @mbloch it aint piracy, fortunately – NiciesMan Apr 5 at 3:47
  • Some EULAs contain terms that can't legally be enforced, not sure if that's what he was talking about? – Esther Apr 5 at 7:24
  • 1. Do you mean Halachicly binding? 2. Do you mean because they are gentiles? 3. What does it mean "a gentile "and "my rav"? – Al Berko Apr 5 at 15:08
  • @Al Berko yes, halachically binding. not just because im a gentile. i am a gentile who has spoken to a rav – NiciesMan Apr 5 at 17:24

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