mhm, I wonder how this is plays out legally, when you have to accept terms of service in an app, but (probably due to a bug) when clicking on "show terms of service" you only get a white page.

You can't really accept terms you are unable to read, and the terms shown are obviously not there, so is that the best deal ever or the worst, since you might still be liable to their terms? idk.

@sheogorath yeah... I mean, who could have expected that someone actually clicks those ToS links! :D

@sheogorath I'd guess the best as no contract can be done then of they fail to show you the terms.


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