but I can't imagine it's terms and conditions saying that it will forward all your information to the NSA (or other security agencies) so that you can be profiled and have your information used against you if convenient. Also, if the language of the service terms is beyond the comprehension of the client or the client's care, I'm not sure how valid of an agreement that can be. You can't make contracts with people unable or unwilling to understand the conditions of the contract. Secondly, IMO, the fact that they have privacy features that you're suppose to adjust for the purpose of limiting who has access to your content kind of infers you are suppose to be capable of limiting who has access to your content using the service. Isn't that a bit of a misrepresentation?
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