terms and conditions

Ladbrokes charges lame ‘inactivity fee’ to dormant customers

The great lie of the web is that we all “agree to the terms and conditions” when buying or downloading things. Most people don’t bother to look at the T&Cs, much less read them in detail.

As such it is often the case that customers are not aware of certain terms that can come along and bite them on the ass.

Is Yahoo’s proactive account ‘optimization’ legal?

Many advertisers were disappointed and angered last week when it
was widely-reported that Yahoo has changed its ‘Sponsored Search and
Content Match Program Terms’ to permit Yahoo to automatically make
modifications to the campaigns of its advertisers.