End User License Agreement

End User License Agreement (“EULA”)

This EULA is currently in effect. Last edited 19th March 2015.

By downloading and/or using iChunUtil (“Mod”), you hereby permit the Mod and any software which has a hard dependency (“Child Mods”) on the Mod to use your internet connection to request non-malicious information/content from third-party sources such as Github.com or Creeperhost.net. You also permit, but may opt out of in the configuration file, the Mod to collect and use, your Minecraft Account UUID (This cannot be used to access your Mojang Account, but will permit us to retrieve your Minecraft Skin and Name) which will not be publicly disclosed, your IP address which will not be publicly disclosed (for approximate geoip purposes, accurate up to possibly state level. We would have this information if you visited a website anyways), as well as several non-identifying information on other Child Mods and other Mod-related statistics.

You accept that the Mod is provided without warranty; software support will be given where possible. You will also not hold iChun (“Author”) and other official contributors liable for any damage or harm caused to your machinery, self or any objects/biological beings around you. Contributions by the official contributors will be thoroughly screened/managed by the Author to ensure it is working as intended by the Author without any malicious intent. If any damage or harm has indeed been pinpointed to the Mod as the cause, this is completely unintentional and the issue in the Mod will be fixed/resolved as soon as possible.

You understand that any downloads of the Mod not originating from iChun.us (“Website”) leading to the Website’s File Host, CreeperHost, may be modified without knowledge of the Author and may be malicious, and will not hold the Author responsible. In the event that any downloads originating from the Website are indeed malicious, it is entirely unintentional and will be rectified once the Author has been notified.

You accept that if you are redistributing the Mod to other users without their agreement of this EULA and they were to use the Mod, you therefore hold yourself accountable for any conflict or problem that occurs and will be held responsible. This includes but is not limited to any of the other users disagreeing to any data collection done by the Mod.

You accept that the EULA may change at any time without prior notice. However, the EULA will never change to allow The Mod and Author to intentionally introduce malicious content to your system.

26 Comments

  1. monkeybee11 March 26, 2015 2:43 am  Reply

    just wondering this is a real qustion y dose every single eula ot ToC have to be really long y cnat they just add a bit at the bottom that shortens it S:

    • HeWhoHasAnUnoriginalName March 28, 2015 10:19 pm  Reply

      Yes, that is pretty much required for copyright, EULA, ToC and such. It is done like that to prevent people from just reading the short version and making assumptions of what the long version says. Documents like this need to catch as many possible situations as they can.

    • Ashton Snapp November 24, 2015 6:17 am  Reply

      Please use proper grammar and spelling so people can actually understand what you are saying.

    • Roger Muckwater November 12, 2017 4:09 am  Reply

      No.
      If the enduser can understand it, they would never agree to it.
      Sort of like how all the FYUTA addons are opt out rather than opt in.

    • Wetnab November 17, 2017 1:27 pm  Reply

      TLDR: By using my mod you are allowing harmless data to be sent over the network. I am not responsible for any malicious mods that you install.

  2. Fred May 22, 2015 2:53 am  Reply

    *anyway

  3. Fuck You! May 24, 2015 4:50 pm  Reply

    How do you get the fucking thing for 1.7.10 you bitch.

    • Kasterborous June 27, 2016 11:12 am  Reply

      Woah dude! Calm down!

  4. Odin July 3, 2015 3:44 am  Reply

    WHY NOT 1.7.10!?

  5. idontknowwhatthisnamecouldbe July 14, 2015 5:44 am  Reply

    why does…

    • idontknowwhatthisnamecouldbe July 14, 2015 5:46 am  Reply

      this one is just a test /
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  6. idontknowwhatthisnamecouldbe July 14, 2015 5:45 am  Reply

    why do you have to get into my computer because i downloaded the mod?

  7. idontknowwhatthisnamecouldbe July 14, 2015 5:48 am  Reply

    can you please not get into my computer to edit any software please ichun?

    • Romejanic September 26, 2016 10:26 pm  Reply

      Calm down, man. I’ve personally looked at the source code of iChun Util and this is all the information he can collect from you:

      * Minecraft UUID (which can be used to get your skin and username)
      * iChun Util version
      * What iChun mods you have installed.

      It only collects information, it can’t make changes to your computer. And if you still don’t trust it, you can opt-out in the config file.

  8. AMAN March 30, 2016 8:35 pm  Reply

    IS IT SAFE?

  9. pablo March 31, 2016 9:32 pm  Reply

    estoy de acuerdo

  10. loveeula May 11, 2016 10:23 pm  Reply

    i luve the mineccraft eula its very good indeeed!

    • wtf May 11, 2016 10:24 pm  Reply

      wat do you meann dud

    • Romejanic September 26, 2016 10:27 pm  Reply

      This isn’t the Minecraft EULA, it’s the iChun Util EULA…

  11. Radimire Tavarez March 16, 2017 2:17 am  Reply

    WHERE IS THE DOWNLOAD

  12. SoldierofLucifer November 11, 2017 12:27 pm  Reply

    How do I disable the collection of info? There is nothing in the config that says you can disable it.

  13. Caitria December 11, 2017 1:12 am  Reply

    There are times I have to wonder how some of these people even got here, given the apparent average intelligence. But.. I digress. The answers to the questions posted here can easily be found in the EULA, in iChun’s post, and in various other locations throughout iChun’s site. All you have to do is READ. It’s not that hard, and takes only a few minutes even for a slow reader like myself. :p

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