Take it or leave it. That's the crux. If you can't pick and choose, you don't have leverage to decline terms.
Who writes the code you run? Have you considered that you're doing exactly what they want you to do?
What if you could run code written by someone whom you found BECAUSE their needs align with your own, not corporate, misaligned spyware.
What if you got a bright idea, and your OS let you record a routine to repeat it. And then you let people use it. And then you got rich.
What if someone on the other side of the globe got a bright idea, and shared it, and you used it seconds later. And then you got rich.
What if your software did only what you needed it to do and nothing more? What if you never had to "upgrade" something that worked well?
Money follows power. Do you feel empowered right now, running code on Google's servers? Or is it Google with the power. Who has the money?
We all want equal opportunity. Do we get it? Your computer is you. Your life is digital. Whose code do you run? What do they want from you?