One-Third of Top Websites Restrict Customers' Right to Sue

One-Third of Top Websites Restrict Customers' Right to Sue
That's because, tucked into the dense legalese of their terms-of-service rules, many of the Internet's most popular sites have inserted language that forbids users from suing if something goes wrong, an analysis by The Upshot has found. In some cases …
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The most popular real estate apps aren't even real estate apps. Should we worry?
I often ask real estate agents what their three most important real estate websites or apps are, and I get a surprising mix of answers. Namely, most of them aren't even real estate apps. Somehow, Gmail, Dropbox, Evernote, Twitter, Facebook, various …
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The Yahoo Directory — Once The Internet's Most Important Search Engine — Is
Yahoo quickly became the most popular search engine on the web. By search engine, I mean the generic term of any service that helps you locate information, rather than the more technical one of a service that locates information by “crawling” pages …
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