The court of law governing the terms is in location X


Service: Amazon
Status: changes-requested
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Author: radiorahim


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Comments:
On 2019-02-26 06:48:34 UTC, ps wrote:

changes-requested: Wouldn´t this case be more appropriate: "The court of law governing the terms is in a jurisdiction that is less friendly to user privacy protection." ?

On 2019-02-26 06:57:04 UTC, radiorahim wrote:

tbh, I don't really know how friendly the laws of the state of Washington are to user privacy (or if they are less friendly than... where?).
I guess I don't really understand that phrase, but it seems to me to be designed for when a company chooses a jurisdiction other than where they are headquartered for the purposes of getting around privacy legislation. But then Amazon's headquarters are in Washington, so if that's the intent, that suggestion may not be the best.



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Version 2: 2019-02-25 22:39:02 UTC by radiorahim

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