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Amazon makes it easier to sue after deluge of arbitration claimsIt changed its policy on forced arbitration after receiving 75,000 individual complaints over its use of Echo recordings.
Twitch clarifies its ban on terrorist and extremist contentThe service reinforced that there's no place for such material on its platform.
Google's new terms of service will (hopefully) be easier to readIt wants to be clearer about changes that could affect you.
YouTube is making its terms of service easier to readThe new terms go into effect December 10th.
Facebook tweaks terms of service to better explain user rightsThe changes are in response to demands by the European Commission.
Lawyers almost made 'click to accept TOS' boxes disappear foreverIf approved, any visitor to a website could be automatically bound to its terms and conditions.
Twitter may label notable tweets that violate its termsIt will still take down "direct violent threats" and other tweets that cross the line.