None of the bits of EULA posted so far are even in the same zipcode as anything that might be pertinent.
Using NOW (or similar services) is not specifically verboten. It is, however, begging for problems because it is a platform that…
A: Is basically ideal for anyone intending to cheat, bot, multibox alphas, RMT, or otherwise abuse the system
B: Makes accurate account-player association extremely difficult (because it’s all just a bunch of connections from a bank of VMs in a datacenter)
It’s not, itself, an offense under the EULA, but you’re extremely likely to wind up as collateral damage if you use it, because you’re indistinguishable (or, at least, a lot more difficult to distinguish) from people who are misusing the system via NOW.
You don’t have a fully functional sense of irony, do you?