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[personal profile] johnpalmer
I know that this isn't lawful, but I also know that it's the sort of issue that hardly raises a whimper these days - still, it's one of those rare times when I wished I was rich, and not so that I could provide large levels of help to someone I cared for. Well, or for random people, too, but I see no reason to posit that one can't care for people just for being randomly selected.

Still, we have a paid contract, and they are trying to unilaterally change the terms, and not allowing me to remove myself from the contract without me giving them additional considerations (to wit: my agreement to new terms). It's not right, and it's not fair.

Does anyone have a copy of the previous TOS?

Date: 2017-04-10 07:39 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] onyxlynx
That. I don't even have an LJ, but even the pirates financial institutions who allegedly have the same sorts of ToS generally notify one in advance that they are planning to screw the customers changing their terms by such-and-such a date. Russian/Soviet history, however, does seem to go for sudden coups like that.

I mean, it's turning up people I haven't "seen" in years, but good grief!

Date: 2017-04-11 11:08 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] dubhain
I haven't checked, but archive.org may have one.

Problem is, that LJ is now under Russian ownership, and all their servers are in Russia, so I'm not sure how much could be done, legally, in the U.S. anymore.

That said: Yes. It's shady and illicit as all hell.
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