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A set of regulations which users must agree to follow in order to use a service.

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In a click-wrap scenario, how does one prove, legally, that a user actually clicked or checked the "i accept" or equivalent on a given site. e.g. what if the website owner doesn't track clicks, trac …
asked Nov 7 '15 by GWR
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During sign-up, the user must agree to the terms and conditions and privacy policy. Is it sufficient to state: "by registering, you agree to our terms of service and privacy policy" (where the words …
asked Nov 1 '15 by GWR
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I am wondering if it would be legal for party A to invoice a company which posts spam advertisements on a website owned by party A which has a terms of service prohibiting such unsolicited and unautho …
asked Feb 6 '16 by GWR
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Recently, I had a poor experience with an online retailer. After the retailed failed to resolve the issue, I filed a BBB complaint. The retailer then notified me that they had posted my "customer in …
asked Jan 28 '16 by GWR
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In a situation where a website: allows users to contribute content (articles, images, comments, etc) specifies in the TOS that those contributions become property of the website, etc. does not / can …
asked Feb 6 '16 by GWR