Essay by Boston Globe columnist Dante Ramos. Ramos’s piece recaps a few recent EULA news stories: The study discussed in the NPR story late in August 2016, which showed that most folks don’t real EULAs, and a recent announcement by YouTube that it was “demonetizing” the videos of some of its content providers. (That story was covered in a Variety piece September 1.) The EULA angle in the latter is that YouTube defended itself by saying that its policy was already in its EULA. Ramos’s original contribution here is his reporting on the iPhone terms and conditions.