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Is it against a Terms of Service/End-User License Agreement to not read it?

In many Terms of Service/End-User License Agreements, there is a statement either as art of the confirmation check box to agree to said agreement and/or as a part of the agreement itself that says something along the lines of "Please read this agreement in its entirety, by agreeing to this agreement/checking this box, you are acknowledging that you have read, understand, and agree to all terms/linked terms/linked agreements/etc."

What I'm wanting to know is if by not fully reading and understanding these agreements, am I in violation of these terms and the agreement?/am I ethically in the wrong?

Thank you.

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