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New eBay EULA Prohibits Class Action Lawsuits 234

Posted by timothy
from the what-are-they-the-tsa? dept.
First time accepted submitter dangthill writes "On August 21, eBay updated its end-user agreement by adding a binding arbritration clause. By accepting the new agreement, users forfeit their right to join class action lawsuits and instead must submit to arbitration. However, users may opt-out by mailing eBay a signed notice. eBay joins Microsoft, Sony, Electronic Arts, Valve and other companies attempting to prevent class actions after the Supreme Court of the United States ruled such tactics valid."
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New eBay EULA Prohibits Class Action Lawsuits

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  • Re:eBay? (Score:0, Funny)

    by Anonymous Coward on Thursday August 23, 2012 @11:20AM (#41096059)

    Oh look someone who hasnt used ebay in a few years with a snarky remark!

    This is going to come as a shock to you. Yes people still use those services. Just like people still use slashdot (which has gone borderline tabloid).

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