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posted by Matjaz(R) Homepage E-mail, Maribor, Slovenia, 08.09.2008, 23:42

> Sorry, but you're wrong.
> 1) Quoting paragraph 1A: "By ... visiting this website ..., you signify
> your agreement to (1) these terms ..."

OK ... I found the link to "Terms of use" at the bottom of the page now. So I agree with you on that point. Still it would be difficult for them to enforce such terms in a court of law, because once you see those "Terms of use" you are already on a page and have already "accepted" the terms. And you can come to the page through a link from some other page and view the content even before you have a technical possibility to read the "Terms of use".

> 2) "Ignorance is no excuse in law."

Depends. Ignorance of law is not an excuse. But ignorance of facts is.
It is common that web pages don't have some special terms of use. If some page does have them, IMHO the user should have at least a chance to read them before he gets the chance to violate them. The "Terms of use" should be more exposed.


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