With respect to the article in [1] and the debate in [2] on the question “Are end-user license agreements (EULA) intrinsically unfair to the user?” do you agree with the argument that EULAs are pitiful excuses for fair contracts?

Questions: 1) With respect to the article in [1] and the debate in [2] on the question “Are end-user license agreements (EULA) intrinsically unfair to the user?” do you agree with the argument that EULAs are pitiful excuses for fair contracts? You can draw from personal experience or references to explain your answer 2) Evaluate each of the 6 arguments in [3] for its ethical impact on consumers based on any one of the following ethical theories from chapter 2: Kantianism, rule utilitarianism, and social contract theory. (6 x 1 pts each = 6 pts) 3) Take a look at the GNU public license in [5] and the argument made in [4] advocating for users to switch to Linux instead of Windows [6] as an operating system for their computers. Of course, there is too much legal jargon but answer this simple question to the best of what you can tell: If you purchase a licensed version of Windows 10 and it kept crashing on your machine and decides to return it. Will you be able to return it with a full refund? (assume Windows 10 was pre-installed on your PC when you bought it and you decide to switch to a different operating system like Linux). Identify if possible where in the Windows EULA this would apply for you. (try your best coming with a clear and concise answer. Good luck!) [2 pts] Total 10 pts – t is an ongoing debate about whether or not end-user license agreements are unfair to the users. Using the following articles as reading reference, answer the questions provided. Feel free to include additional references to support your answers. Reading references: [1] https://www.pcmag.com/archive/jumping-through-eula-hoops-222618 [2] https://www.debate.org/opinions/are-end-user-license-agreements-intrinsically-unfair-to-the-user#! [3] https://www.cracked.com/article_19683_6-terrifying-user-agreements-youve-probably-accepted.html [4] https://www.thelinuxworkshop.com/end-user-license-agreement/ [5] https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.en.html [6] https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/Useterms/OEM/Windows/10/Useterms_OEM_Windows_10_English.htm