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Submission + - Ask Slashdot: Contracts of Adhesion

giltwist writes: A few weeks ago, there was a story about a woman being sued for violating a website's terms of service. In this light, the ubiquitous "I agree" button and other such contracts of adhesion are becoming increasingly dangerous to Internet users. What steps, besides simply pulling out the Ethernet plug, can we take to protect ourselves? It would not be hard, for example, to use something such as Greasemonkey to replace the text on those buttons with "I do not agree," but would it do us any good?
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