What is the dirtiest fine print you’ve seen in a contract?

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some examples of dirty fine print in contracts that have made headlines in recent years.
One example is the Wells Fargo scandal in which the bank opened millions of unauthorized accounts for its customers. It was later discovered that the fine print in some of the account agreements allowed the bank to open additional accounts without the customer’s knowledge or consent.
Another example is the Equifax data breach in which the personal information of millions of people was compromised. In the aftermath of the breach, it was discovered that the company’s terms of service agreement included a clause that waived customers’ rights to participate in class-action lawsuits.
A third example is the controversial terms of service agreement for the social media platform, Instagram. In 2012, Instagram updated its terms of service to allow the company to use users’ photos and personal information in advertising without compensating them. The move was widely criticized, and the company eventually backtracked on the policy.
These examples demonstrate the importance of carefully reading and understanding the fine print in contracts before signing them. It’s also a good idea to seek legal advice if you have any questions or concerns about the terms of a contract.

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