There's an episode of South Park where buried in the terms and agreement of iTunes, you agreed that Apple could forcibly make you into a human centipede. See: South Park human centipede

In the real world could this happen? They did agree to the terms and conditions which did include that.

  • Related, The Human Centipede. I think South Park is parodying the Dutch horror film.
    – jww
    Commented Jul 27, 2019 at 10:05

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In the real world, the contract could not be enforced, as being unconscionable. See Williams v. Walker-Thomas Furniture Company, 350 F.2d 445. This, from the ruling, seems particularly applicable to TOS conditions:

Did each party to the contract, considering his obvious education or lack of it, have a reasonable opportunity to understand the terms of the contract, or were the important terms hidden in a maze of fine print and minimized by deceptive sales practices

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