Software companies imposing agreements on end-users is something most don't care about. (cf. Google gets to reuse for free everything I push through their Chrome browser. Maybe I should care.)
But there is good news. A court in Washington state has said that a certain part of an EULA is illegal:
That court has now returned a unanimous ruling...: AT&T's service terms contain clauses that are, in legal terms, "unconscionable," meaning that no reasonable individual would have agreed to them had he or she realized their full scope.
It's a step in making EULAs equitable. Hooray!