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But he refuted claims that some doctors from the county have resigned due to poor terms of service."I have not heard of any doctor from the county who has resigned due to poor terms of service.
Andrew Cuomo says the state Division of Consumer Protection will examine companies' terms of service and then make policy recommendations to ensure consumers are protected. took the terms of service for each platform tested its readability using the Flesch Reading Ease Formula, a test designed to determine how simple text is to understand.
A role for terms of service, and challenges in the IoT context
Google's updated 'terms of service' added a paragraph stating that "our automated systems analyze your content (including emails) to provide you personally relevant product features, such as customized search results, tailored advertising, and spam and malware detection.
Because courts essentially have a presumption in favor of the enforceability of the contract so long as it meets basic formal requirements, it is difficult for users to challenge the Terms of Service between themselves and an Internet speech forum provider substantively or procedurally.
"We are very concerned with the direction of the proposed new terms of service and if they remain as presented we may close our account," said National Geographic, an early Instagram adopter.
The blog entry said Cisco would update its terms of service and related documentation as quickly as possible, though that would not be the first time the company has done so during the crisis.
MySpace's terms of service require users to submit "truthful and accurate" registration information.
This may be true in terms of service stations, but with the Garage Filling Station we have an opportunity to control the inputs, as in the case of making our own biodiesel from waste oils.