Symantec is offering me an updated version of their Norton 360 suite, and when I went to read the EULA I came across the following text there:
USE OR FACILITATION OF SYMANTEC PRODUCT IN CONNECTION WITH ANY ACTIVITY INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, FABRICATION, TRAINING, OR TESTING OF CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, OR NUCLEAR MATERIALS, OR MISSILES, DRONES, OR SPACE LAUNCH VEHICLES CAPABLE OF DELIVERING WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION IS PROHIBITED, IN ACCORDANCE WITH U.S. LAW.
Now some folks here might want to joke about Norton possibly being a "weapon of mass (PC) destruction" , but more seriously I'd be curious as to what you all think the section above could be talking about. The only WMD connection I can think of is that the EULA prohibits using Norton products to try to stop packages like Stuxnet that are intended to mess up the computers running production facilities such as (but not only) uranium enrichment centrifuges. Could that be it? Any other possibilities?
Other than that, I'm scratching my head.