"What's that you say? He didn't read the UA?"
You mean the UA/EULA/TOC that's pages and pages of lawyer-speak, designed to obfuscate information and mislead the reader?
Let's say he did, does it matter? Not a bit, since they all say "You the customer and your descendants to the fourth generation are bound by this irrevocably forever and have no recourse to complain or sue. However, we can change this in any way at any time in ways we won't tell you about much less ask if you're still OK with it."
The universal TOC is really "You have no rights and never will. We have any right we want at any time. Click OK, you miserable ant.