Reply to post: The anti-consumer nature of T&C, EULA, and Privacy Policy

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The anti-consumer nature of T&C, EULA, and Privacy Policy

Funny how one-sided these have all become. Any promises made to the consumer aren't worth the electrons they're written on. They can be changed at any time in any way without notice or redress. Therefore, agreeing to one gives the company eternal and universal immunity, no matter what onerous things they do.

However, WE are expected to be held to the letter of these incomprehensible, legalese-obscured "agreements", and threatened with fines or jail time if we transgress. WTF?

Why aren't our law types working to stop this blatant BS?

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