You may opt-out of any binding arbitration agreement within 30 days


Service: keybase
Status: pending
Changes: 2
Source: link
Author: Joe


17.3</strong> Arbitration Agreement</p> <p>After the informal dispute resolution process any remaining dispute, controversy, or claim (collectively, “Claim”) relating in any way to your use of Keybase’s services and/or products, including the Service, or relating in any way to the communications between you and Keybase or any other user of the Service, will be finally resolved by binding arbitration. This mandatory arbitration agreement applies equally to you and Keybase. However, this arbitration agreement does not (a) govern any Claim by Keybase for infringement of its intellectual property or access to the Service that is unauthorized or exceeds authorization granted in these Terms or (b) bar you from making use of applicable small claims court procedures in appropriate cases. If you are an individual you may opt out of this arbitration agreement within thirty (30) days of the first date you access or use this Service by following the procedure described below.


Comments:
On 2019-12-02 19:04:17 UTC, Joe wrote:

This one is tricky, because like Snapchat they give you a 30 day period to opt-out of the arbitration agreement.

So would that be "Does not force you in arbitration agreement"?
I think this is suitable for a new category "You may opt-out of the Arbitration Agreement within a certain amount of time"

On 2019-12-02 19:07:29 UTC, Joe wrote:

The ability to 'opt-out' isn't "Forced into" so the pervious category was wrong.



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Previous Title: This service forces users into binding arbitration in the case of disputes

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Version 2: 2019-12-02 18:57:01 UTC by Joe

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Updated Title: This service forces users into binding arbitration in the case of disputes

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Updated Status: pending