I think you're missing the point. Look at the direction this is going:
- Vendor starts competing with developers
- Vendor removes developer license without reducing price
- Vendor requires customers to forfeit privacy rights
If you want to see first hand what the problem is, try putting that clause in your contracts with your clients and see how they react.
The assumption is that all of us are a problem. Why expose your company to this kind of liability unnecessarily?
Why (in the USA) do they require warrants to search your home for possible wrong doing if they're just doing their job? How much privacy should we be forced to give up? Why are other vendors able to sell their products without the need to pursue though our data and have us pay for the privilege?
Maybe we should be able to look through the WA staff computers to make sure that they haven't stored any of our personal information. After all, I'm sure they have nothing to hide either. Where does it end?