No one wants to spend four hours reading through a mountain of fine print terms of service from iTunes, and then Instagram, and then Facebook, and then Amazon.com… and so on. As long as one can click ‘agree’ and forgo the legal jargon, fine print will forever be overlooked by the thousands who agree to stuff they don’t realize they’re agreeing to. For that reason, companies are able to take advantage of consumers and sneak in all sorts of inappropriate and unsettling nonsense into their contracts. Here are the 10 most controversial pieces of fine print ever, as dug up by the meticulous and concerned.
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