Here's a screenshot of the latest language from Mozilla, and as you'll see, they absolutely have listened to the community's EULA concerns (if you click on the image, it gets larger). Instead of a EULA, the new page you get on install is a notices page with no "I agree" requirement, along with a link to an optional services agreement, and instructions there on how to avoid having to accept the services, if you don't want them.

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Created by lmfao 11 years 4 weeks ago – Made popular 11 years 4 weeks ago
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They only 'listened' once a

They only 'listened' once a large enough group of people got involved and they had to backpedal. The EULA has been popping up since RC1 of Firefox 3 and until now members of Mozilla were basically mocking anyone who complained about it.

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