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Updates to Legal Jibber Jabber

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Fatal Error 404

Senior Member

10-03-2012

ok ty


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CupcakeTrap

Recruiter

10-03-2012

Question for Lomar:

Lochner -- justifiably part of the "anti-canon" or a reasonable doctrine improperly distinguished from the rest of the Fourteenth Amendment protections?

It's a burning question.

... also what are you talking about when you say "pixel tracking"? When are you tracking "where we come from"?


And third: tell me more about this arbitration clause and what you think its legal effect is.

  • Who is the arbitrator? ( http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/9/5 )
  • What guarantees are you providing that the arbitrator would not be someone who relies on Riot for their paycheck and will always find for Riot?
  • Are you attempting to force all parties to be present in LA or hire counsel in LA? ( http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/9/7 )


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Meesh

Senior Member

10-03-2012

Cool! Thanks for letting us know, and making it in a legible way


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Skytop

Senior Member

10-03-2012

Quote:
Lomar:
In the event of a dispute, you and Riot agree to binding, individual arbitration of your claims (except for in certain, limited circumstances).


This means no class action lawsuits correct?


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Dreampod

Senior Member

10-03-2012

Disappointed in the individual arbitration clause. I realise that it is all the rage these days and don't foresee any need for a class action case against Riot, but I dislike how companies are systematically dismantling legal protections that are vital to the proper operation of the judicial system by using EULA's. You guys are better than that and ought to act as good corporate citizens and set an example for others rather than sinking to their level.


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TiKD

Senior Member

10-03-2012

Tl;dr


riot is instating martial law


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RockHonorRoll

Junior Member

10-03-2012

Quote:
Azragal:
So my privacy info is protected by..... Bromen?

Free beer with every accepted contract of the legal terms dude. 'hick'


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Dreadgoat54321

Senior Member

10-03-2012

I am the law!!!


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Dreampod

Senior Member

10-03-2012

Quote:
CupcakeTrap:

It's a burning question.

... also what are you talking about when you say "pixel tracking"? When are you tracking "where we come from"?


Pixel Tracking is an ethically questionable form of detecting whether users have visited a page despite disallowing or deleting cookies or if they have opened an email on an third-party service. It basically is an invisible, tiny image that is named uniquely to each IP/browser that accesses it and allows the site to gather information about whether you have accessed it before across any of their other sites.

Tracking Pixel (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tracking_pixel)
Cookies (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_cookie)


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YoshioPeePee

Senior Member

10-03-2012

Quote:
Dreampod:
Disappointed in the individual arbitration clause. I realise that it is all the rage these days and don't foresee any need for a class action case against Riot, but I dislike how companies are systematically dismantling legal protections that are vital to the proper operation of the judicial system by using EULA's. You guys are better than that and ought to act as good corporate citizens and set an example for others rather than sinking to their level.


many mediators are retired judges and lawyers, i don't see anything wrong with solving disputes through arbitration