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Is sharing code of a web scraping snippet allowed?

Google's TOS contains the following clause: 3.3 You agree not to access (or attempt to access) the Web Store by any means other than through the interface that is provided by Google, unless you have ...
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Could Twitter have banned trump even if they didn't have ToS?

If there were no Terms of Service agreement, then the legal question would be what rights someone has as a implied contractual term in the absence of an agreement. In all likelihood, it would have ...
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If a receptionist hands a customer a blank screen and tells them to sign - with no explanation - and they sign, have they entered into a agreement?

For all practical purposes, if you signed something twice without seeing what it is, it will be impossible to argue later that you just signed a blank piece of paper/screen. The other party will argue ...
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If a receptionist hands a customer a blank screen and tells them to sign - with no explanation - and they sign, have they entered into a agreement?

Since you asked, you are definitely bound The content of the agreement was made available to you (“she could print out a document”). You chose not to read it and by signing, you agreed to the unread ...
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