This article continues a series looking at the social costs and individual enforceability of terms of service for online websites and applications. This entry in the series looks at how terms of service are interpreted under the law of the European Union and the United Kingdom. As opposed to America's hands-off, caveat emptor (even if the app is free) approach to terms of service, the EU and the UK hold clauses in terms of service agreements to a "reasonableness" standard, which prevents many provisions which might seem draconian from ever having any legal validity.
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The High Cost of Reading Terms of Service - Part Three