How Routine Clicks Can Become Binding Contracts: Did I just agree to an app’s terms of service and privacy policy?

A PHILADELPHIA COURT DASHES UBER’S ATTEMPT TO ENFORCE AN ARBITRATION AGREEMENT

THE SECOND CIRCUIT PREVIOUSLY FOUND THAT UBER’S “SIGN-IN-WRAP” PROVIDED REASONABLY CONSPICUOUS NOTICE OF ITS TERMS OF SERVICE

CLICKWRAP V. BROWSEWRAP: THE DIFFERENCE CAN BIND YOU EVEN IF YOU DIDN’T READ THE TERMS OF USE OR PRIVACY POLICY

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THE TAKEAWAY

Daniel Mirarchi Of Counsel Rogers Counsel

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