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Alan Brown Silver badge

Re: X-T&C header

"but part of the problem is one way T&Cs, you either get to accept it down to the last comma or nothing at all"

Any lawyer worth his qualifications will tell you that a contract accepted under duress or which contains illegal conditions is normally invalid - severalbility caluases are needed to make the illgal parts not invalidate the entire contract and there's the entire "unfair terms in consumer contracts" laws in most countries worldwide (with analogues for business use too) to contend with when T&C are being dictated by shrinkwrap or click.

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