EULAs as they are currently written are just evil. Most of them have language that an average user can't help but gloss over. Not because they're dumb, but because they're not a lawyer and aside from that, no one wants to sit there for an hour, reading all the fine print.
They should have simpler EULAs so we don't feel intimidated by them and can not only read them, but also understand "oh, alright, I shouldn't do this".
In any case, I doubt EA can truly act on this because... how can you prove that someone overlooked a bug? It happens all the time. Many times, a bug never even gets noticed. And this is with a team of professional software testers who are genius but brain damaged enough (or heavily well paid) to do this kind of thing.