Reading through the EULA, it seems to be fairly permissive, until I reach the CUDA supplement 2.5: Audit. The text in this paragraph raises three questions:
What is considered to be proper books and records?
Having to keep records of the toolkit usage and the auditing measure communicates (at least to me) that the EULA is not as permissive as I thought it to be. This is because the license grant and the limitations are not unheard of, yet this measure is. My interpretation in short: it is free (gratis); commercial use is allowed, with the exception of certain types of application; reverse engineering or any other way to make the software available with the intent to avoid the EULA is not allowed; redistribution of certain specified libraries in binary form is allowed (with some additional requirements). Did I miss anything?
Is private use allowed? If so, is the answer to question 1 different for the private context than for the enterprise context?
Thank you for your time!
EDIT: This is the relevant section: http://docs.nvidia.com/cuda/eula/index.html#toolkit-audit