While the likes of Lavasoft and Radlight fight it out (and believe me, I'm firmly on the side of Lavasoft) we users are forced to sit on the sidelines and take whatever is thrown at us. And what's thrown at us are so-called Agreements - by clicking a button, we agree to waive our rights to criticise, forego our use of someone else's software, and accept spyware (and worse). These are not Agreements! Agreements are where two parties make a mutually-acceptable contract; what we get instead are Impositions. The trouble is, when we go to a website, it's almost almost always a one-way transaction. What Terms and Conditions can we impose on them? None! ...Or can we? Here's something I kicked around with SPY1 and PepiMK - see what you think. If we can place the following text into the referrer field: "If you agree to me visiting your site, you accept the following terms and conditions: you waive all your terms and conditions, except those of copyright and patent, and fair use of your products and services. You acknowledge that you may not put tracking data anywhere on my computer without my express consent. You waive any obligation on my part no matter what buttons or tick boxes you present. If you disagree with these conditions, you must disconnect me immediately otherwise you will be deemed to have accepted them." - would we legally be free of outrageous terms and conditions? Your thoughts, please.