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Fine Print in Terms of Service Can Cost Eternally

Fine Print in Terms of Service Can Cost Eternally
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Donelan Andrews was rewarded with $10,000 by his travel insurance company, all for doing something he teaches students to do every day: read carefully. Squaremouth intentionally added language in its policy documentation offering a reward for anyone who was still reading the details. Their intent was to promote the idea of reading the details carefully, because failure to understand ...

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