Originally Posted by http://download.cnet.com/EULAlyzer/3000-2086_4-10464852.html
Combing through end-user license agreements (EULAs) can be a tedious process, but skipping them altogether could end in tears, especially if your download habits careen towards the risky end of the spectrum. Enter EULAlyzer, which quickly scans any EULA you toss at it and flags words, statements, and phrases worth your attention.
The program's bulky, old-school interface features plenty of explanatory text, though we'd still like to see an in-depth help file included....(cut)....Much like antispyware programs do, EULAlyzer rates suspicious wording on a scale of 1 to 10 based on how crucial the disclosed information can be to your security.
When testing the program with an application full of adware, it demonstrated good performance, flagging all text pertaining to advertising and bundling, as well as listing the names and URLs of the bundled software....(cut)....Though frequent downloaders should still scan EULAs manually, we think this handy little item makes a quality pickup for anyone concerned with their privacy.
Definitely looks like a cool tool, especially if your one of those people who are legitimately concerned....but not enough to actually read the eula. (ie 98% of the web )