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related to the second point of the 'liability and indemnification' review policy, since we're on the topic of review policies, i would like to add a review policies for jurisdictions:
- it is OK for a service to choose jurisdiction in their place of business, even if this means that the service will not be available to certain users.
- it is also OK if a service is only available in certain countries because of licensing restrictions (example: spotify), or where the service is clearly marketed geographically. having said that, we want services to be available to users as universally and equally as possible.
- it is a plus point if a service has multiple jurisdictions to make it more accessible to more people. example: facebook is available in Cuba thanks to their second jurisdiction option in Ireland.
- also, it is a pluspoint if a service actively tries to be globally available, even if this implies complying with government censorship where strictly necessary, for instance Google (regrettably failed) attempts to be available in China.
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