You are absolutely correct that I have not read or even looked for the new EULA. I take what they have posted on the the official Mojang site as legally binding. EULAs are not laws, they are contracts and as such can only be tested/enforced by threat of a lawsuit or an actual lawsuit. Because of this, they do not stand on their own. Any case like this went to court, the could would _likely_ take into consideration all official Mojang communication on the matter. So yes, you are correct, I have not even looked for a new EULA, but I have heard loud and clear Mojang's intentions on the matter and would be perfectly comfortable running a server and relying on their statements having legal weight. As a side note, I am disappointed that after all the EULA drama and the setting a date for when the new rules were to be in effect that their was not a new EULA included in every install of the Minecraft client and featured prominently on the minecraft_server.jar download page.