Site’s terms still enforceable even if users never read them

12 01 2010

A website’s terms and conditions are indeed enforceable, even if users weren’t forced to actually go to a T&C page at any point in time. That’s according to the Missouri Court of Appeals, anyway, which has upheld a previous ruling in a lawsuit that brought into question the enforceability of ServiceMagic’s Terms of Use. Still, one of the judges made clear that only reasonable terms would be upheld—no jumping on one foot while spinning plates for you.

Read the rest of this article...

The content in this post was found at and was not authored by the moderators of Clicking the title link will take you to the source of the post.



Leave a comment

You must be logged in to post a comment