Get popcorn and watch T&Cs for 30 apps being read aloud over 24 hours%u2026 | TechCrunch. If you think that reading software terms and conditions prior to using new software is a pain (of course, nobody reads them), imagine what it would be like to be a grunt lawyer working for the software company or law firm that has to write them. Or, even worse, imagine someone or a group of persons reading the terms and conditions of 30 popular applications over a 24 hour period. This gives new meaning to "I'd rather have a root canal". But, don't blame the lawyers. Blame the software developers. Blame the system. Blame anybody but the poor lawyers who are tasked to write terms that give all rights to the developer, and none to the user. Actually, the law provides that consumer contracts that are too onerous or one sided are probably unenforceable, as contracts of adhesion. I wonder if anyone has tested this theory on some of these software agreements. If they are found to be unenforceable, you can bet the poor lawyers will get the blame.