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Google Fiber now forces subscribers into binding arbitration; days left to opt out

Humor / odd : Boing Boing

Borrowing a trick from the Comcast/AT&T playbook, Google Fiber now forces customers who are unhappy with the service to surrender their right to sue and to join class actions in favor of binding arbitration, a one-sided system of sh...

Sony Changes PS3 Terms Of Service To Avoid Class-Action Lawsuits

Lifestyle / Shopping : The Consumerist

When AT&T recently convinced the Supreme Court that a mandatory binding arbitration clause hidden deep in a customer's terms of service contract was enough to keep said customer from joining a class-action lawsuit against the compan...

Supreme Court Says AT&T Can Avoid Class Action Suits

Technology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

The U.S. Supreme Court has sided with AT&T regarding class action law suits versus individual arbitration. The Court said that AT&T can force litigious customers to arbitrate legal differences individually rather than as members of ...

Supreme Court: AT&T can force arbitration, block class-action suits

Technology / Technology Industry News : Ars Technica

The Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that AT&T—and indeed, any company—could block class-action suits arising from disputes with customers and instead force those customers into binding arbitration. The ruling reverses previous lowe...

Why You Should Opt Out Of Forced Arbitration, In 3 Sentences

Lifestyle / Shopping : The Consumerist

While more and more companies are adding “forced arbitration” clauses to their terms of service, only a handful of these businesses are offering customers the choice to opt out of this part of the contract. Here are the reasons why ...

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