[opensource-dev] Subject: Re: Can you legally agree to, incomprehensible conditions?

Jesse Barnett jessesa at gmail.com
Thu Apr 1 07:12:52 PDT 2010

Actually reports in the forum stated that many had to agree to a completely
blank box with no text inside.

On Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 9:48 AM, Lance Corrimal <Lance.Corrimal at eregion.de>wrote:

> > A question for anyone who uses the SL viewer with a different default
> > language, or the LL staff who might know: Is the new Terms of Service
> > presented at login being shown in every language the internationalization
> > supports? If yes, then does the meaning of the document remain unchanged
> > through the vagaries of translation? If no, how can people agree to
> > something they cannot even read, for the set of users who are not
> > bilingual in their own language and English?
> It's not translated.
> non-english users agree blindly to something they might not be able to read
> at
> all...
> ...hardly binding / legal in my eyes.
> bye,
> LC
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