I agree, and although I did not explicitly say that, you are quite correct.
Their software is protected from any abuse from me, and my NDAs can remain in place. Problem solved.
Yes, you are right. The option is always there NOT to use their software. I was just trying to point out that the EULA, as draconian as it might be, is not actually that unusual, because it fits the expected norms if one wants to successfully prosecute a copyright infringement case. Sadly, that might be necessary. I do agree with you, though, that in the mean time, innocent people like you and me get hurt. I did not say that we weren't being hurt, and I did not say that it wasn't silly. I DO think it stupid. But ... WA's behaviour does make complete legal sense.
I do agree with you, Office Guy.