reply to post by HEREFORD 1969
Just out of curiosity, has anyone here thoroughly read their privacy statement, Java's Privacy Statement,
Microsoft Privacy Statement, or even ATS's privacy statement?
My Lawyer said it would be VERY expensive to recapitulate what is rightfully mine. It would involve YEARS
of litigation as well. His firm said that it would take a class action lawsuit to even begin to consider
restitution. However, due to the aggressive nature of the providers of such software, it has become apparent,well documented and noted,
that one of their corporate benchmarks was not only to position potential costumers into a corner of choice
(monopoly) ,which would allow access to further programs Only upon acceptance of "Terms of Agreement,"
but would also by "Default", and by you accepting these terms and agreements ,to allow the "Provider" to track your Browsing Habits,Purchases,I.P.
Address,etc.These Terms go Way beyond the principle of "Rightful Usage"
Which the "Providers" are basing their whole "Share or Usage" business model/concept on. This in and of itself violates the Rules,terms and
conditions of their own business statutes for filing with The Internal Revenue Service. I can only hope that some of you out there are even
comprehending the magnitude of this .
The whole process of requiring a potential new member to "read ,and accept the "terms and conditions"
without secondary,or third party oversight,nor witness(Notary), thus renders their initial requirement "null and void".
Furthermore, any "tracking of you "By Any Means Of The Provider" would not be acceptable as evidence in
any court of law in The United States of America. Lastly, all and any comments you may have made directly
or indirectly to shall be subject to dismissal as "here say."
We are Taxpaying Citizens of The United States of America" We will fight for what is rightfully our Liberty
preferably in a court of law, but elsewhere as the conditions arise.
Pay Attention, this is Your one Life,,,,,,Wildmanimal