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EA New User Agreement Bans Lawsuits, Denies Civil Rights

Posted on Sunday, September 25 2011 @ 12:13:19 CEST by


NGOHQ warns about new clauses in the ToS of EA's Origin platform:
Electronic Arts has updated its Terms of Service Agreement for the Origin platform. Following Sony's steps, and taking it even further, EA has added a new clause that prevents users from suing them in both class action and jury trial forms. Or in other words, in a scummy move - EA wants you to give up your civil rights.




 






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Re: EA New User Agreement Bans Lawsuits, Denies Civil Rights
by Anonymous on Monday, September 26 2011 @ 15:51:44 CEST
EA has been going downhill, quality wise, for the last few years.

Now, their morals have joined their products in the slide.

It is almost as if they are trying to fail.

Bankruptcy, anyone?



 

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