Originally Posted by JIMV
Is that not a lot like saying 'there is no violation of the 4th amendment if I seize your letters as no one forces you to write them. You CHOSE to write"
Your data is protected from warrantless seizure by the Constitution. That the government ignores the Constitution says more about our governance than my data.
If you agree to someone's TOS, no, it doesn't apply. People can technically still sign indentured servant contracts.
Not so many rights there.
But anyway, yeah no one here can say they actually have sat there and read the whole TOS agreement.