I have a software that is used by almost every country. I can not know what each country have as restrictions their laws.
Can I provide an EULA and say:
By using this software, software developer can not be hold liable for anything in any law jurisdiction and you are the responsible for any possible law penalty that might caused by using this software.
I do not want to be held liable for anything for my software. My software does not do any harm at all but I want to protect myself from any rare law condition.
Software and Usage Example:
My example software simply downloads Facebook videos for the user.
Downloading Facebook videos are not allowed by Facebook TOS. Facebook may cancel user account if it detects account owner downloaded a Facebook video.
Given both facts, user may sue me because of using my software that downloaded the video which caused her/him account to be canceled. Download action is done by my software. User may simply claim she did not know her account would be canceled by using my software.
And Facebook may sue me for downloading the Facebook videos. But the software runs on user computer and video is kept in user computer. Can software developer be hold responsible of a TOS breaking user action?
Given the answers by you, I can not think how can I protect myself for these circumstances and different country laws?
Can't I say my software is for education and can be only used as an experiment for video downloading in the EULA? Am I still bound to the infringing actions of users that use my software?