February 26, 2014

Opt Out of Dropbox’s Arbitration Clause

Dropbox emailed users five days ago, announcing changes to their Terms of Service. One such change is the addition of a new arbitration clause. Tiffany Bridge explains what it means:

No matter what they do (delete your data, privacy breach, overcharging, whatever), you don’t get to sue. Instead, THEY get to choose the arbitrator according to whatever criteria they want, and thus any dispute is decided by someone they’re paying.

The new TOS will go into effect on March 24, so if you want to opt out of the arbitration clause, go here. I just did.

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