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December 01, 2010


Mickey Fox

What real options does one have with "policies by adhesion"? When all the policies are essentially the same, one's ability to compare does little, especially when one has no real bargaining power in the process.

I mean, really, can we legitimately choose to not browse the WHOLE internet?

anony mouse

You mean like not forcing you to provide a name and email address just to leave a comment on an article or discussion?

e.g. From this very comment page:

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