Not if they can get their software license terms upheld.
Theodore Roosevelt curmudgeons:
> But, doubtless chiefly through my own fault, some of the teaching of the law
> books and of the classroom seemed to me to be against justice. The caveat
> emptor side of the law, like the caveat emptor side of business, seemed to me
> repellent; it did not make for social fair dealing. The "let the buyer beware"
> maxim, when translated into actual practice, whether in law or business, tends
> to translate itself further into the seller making his profit at the expense
> of the buyer, instead of by a bargain which shall be to the profit of both.
> It did not seem to me that the law was framed to discourage as it should
> sharp practice...