When you're not logged in to a service, but use it repeatedly, it may still feel weird that their terms and conditions can change between one use and the next. However, this does not violate the rule-of-thumb that each new version should be accepted from scratch, without inferring your acceptance from the acceptance of an earlier version. Since no acceptance is inferred from continued use, but only from current use, we rate this as neutral instead of bad.
|Electronic Frontier Foundation||"We may occasionally update this document or the relevant user interfaces to reflect changes in the information that we collect or new products or technologies we release."||declined||Vincent|
|DuckDuckGo||"If this policy is substantively updated, we will update the text of this page and provide notice to you at https://duckduckgo.com/about by writing '(Updated)' in red next to the link to this page (in the footer) for a period of at least 30 days."||approved||Vincent (Mr. 404) Curator|
|Dr. McDougall's Health & Medical Center||"Also, note that the terms and conditions of this Agreement may change from time to time and it is Your responsibility to check for such updates on this Site. If any change is unacceptable to You , Your sole recourse is to discontinue accessing or otherwise using this Site. Your continued use of the Site shall constitute Your acceptance of the Agreement as amended.</p>"||declined||ToS;DRemuedu Curator|
|Blizzard||"New Agreements will not be applied retroactively. You will be given an opportunity to review the New Agreement before choosing to accept or reject its terms."||approved||Dr_Jeff ToS;DR|
|Dendreo||"La poursuite de l'utilisation des services de Dendreo après la date d'effet d'une modification sous-entend l'acceptation du client des nouvelles conditions."||approved|
|TV Tropes||"These practices may be changed, but any changes will be posted and changes will only apply to activities and information on a going forward, not retroactive basis."||approved||Dr_Jeff ToS;DR|