No one actually reads those endless software license agreements, Apple's included. But we might listen to them, if Richard Dreyfuss could somehow be persuaded to read them in comically evil voices, as he did with the iTunes terms and conditions.
CNET convinced the Academy Award=winning actor and CNET fan to do some dramatic reading from the "End User License Agreement" attached to the newest version of Apple's iTunes media hub. The alternately sinister and panicked voices should be enough to make anyone think twice before they robotically click "OK" on a software legal agreement. Above, find audio excerpts from our two favorite Dreyfuss performances, in which the guy who once made Apple seem so noble makes the company seem so typically, darkly corporate.