Sorry, I didn't mean to imply that it did. I was just saying that I could avoid losing the developer's license for the solutions by not upgrading any of them. But now, I can't upgrade or buy anything without giving up all privacy rights to the contents of my network. If someone decides to go on a search and destroy mission under the guise of looking for EULA violations, there is no way to keep anything private on your network. It becomes a case of whoever has the best lawyers and the most money wins.
This would even affect my wife who uses our network to connect remotely to her company. With the new EULA, how would we keep them out of those documents? This would violate confidentiality agreements with her clients. Why sign away all your rights of privacy just to saves some time coding sites? Just doesn't make sense.