In today's cyber-society, the electronic services and technology we use on a daily basis often come with the unavoidable "Terms and Conditions." We are usually confronted by such terms through a l ong list of fine print concluded by a clickable box labeled "Agree." Most probably click this without reading the fine print or giving it a second thought. Sometimes objectionable consequences take place without you knowing it.
An analysis of such "agreements" is beyond the scope of this article. However, frustrated and savvy users continue to resist invasive and unfair terms. The tactics employed by those users include resistance through public advocacy campaigns. For more information on other resistance tactics, I suggest reading a blog posted by Stanford's Center for Internet and Society at http://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/node.6735.
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