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said by Garius:A Washington State judge ruled AT&T's contract unconscionable,
Isn't there a such thing as an unconscionable contract? Whereas a contract can legally be deemed void if a court reads the thing and realizes that's it so one-sided as to be ridiculous? The original wording makes it nearly parody.
saying that it went against several State consumer protection statutes.
One sided agreements such as this are practically
unenforceable, and when challenged in court like AT&T's
was, they usually fail entirely.
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said by cdru:Actually i have always like yahoo search better. But the problem was obvious, i dont want robots on my machine, and the google everything agreement was too much.
That'll stick it to them. Think of the thousands of dollars in lost licensing revenue that they won't have now.
I presume that you'll be using Yahoo and MSN Live search now and won't be visiting Google, YouTube, GMail, or any other Google related site.
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Re: Wouldn't stand anyway...
said by GlobalMind:Rats. There went my idea to use Google Chrome to submit music files, thus assigning the copyrights to Google and turning Google into a music powerhouse big enough to take on the RIAA.
The original TOS would have only stood up as long as it took to have someone challenge it.
There was a comment on another site that the copyright to GOOG would apply even if you didn't own the copyright yourself. That's just not possible. I can't transfer copyright to GOOG on content I don't own the copyright to.
said by Sammuels :Sure. Let's slow down your Google searches by routing every search thru Sweden 1st.
Google Chrome and Google based search engine www.treehoo.com are a perfect combination if you want to save the planet while surfing...
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Business is business They are all powered by the same technology Evil Lawyers.
I doubt there's a company out there that doesn't try to get all it can from customers, specially when the service is free.
This is the part that got my attention, but I installed it anyway because it seems fair in exchange for a good service.
17.1 Some of the Services are supported by advertising revenue and may display advertisements and promotions. These advertisements may be targeted to the content of information stored on the Services, queries made through the Services or other information.
17.2 The manner, mode and extent of advertising by Google on the Services are subject to change without specific notice to you.
17.3 In consideration for Google granting you access to and use of the Services, you agree that Google may place such advertising on the Services.