“” English pitfalls increase the risk of leaks recently I stumbled while free surfing “through the Web on a page of an online lucky game provider, wove me mentally in the terms of condition” and was quite shocked by the brazen offer of the corresponding provider. So the provider in his English declarations stated that he is able to demonstrate that communication, whether in physical or electronic form XX.com s, has been sent to such user, or immediately upon XX BBs posting notice such publicly accessible without charge., which loosely translated meant nothing more than that the provider would at all times be able that is on area of the site, to prove that a communication (and approval) on his terms had taken place or that he had deposited a message on a section of its site that would be accessible to the public. However the owner of the site by no means calls directly, the page but only that she lie in a public area without use or Registration would be publicly accessible. Taking into account the phrase previously made statement, that the site and xx.com content embody trade secrets and intellectual property rights protected under worldwide copyright and other laws, so that the page includes important information, the private data and intellectual property rights under worldwide copyright treated, could be, considered one the exact choice of words, the record also shows that these intellectual property rights and private data have global copyright, so would be freely available to anyone. So I wonder, how does this page with my data.
Such iterative-related conditions are no shortage in English terms”and them is all too often by the signatories (in the form of clicks) carelessly quickly agreed to. Ultimately you agrees that E.g. all, possibly indiscreet photos of one even used… So it is no surprise then also ultimately, if a smile even his own visage of a Cola bottle advertising, as well as Facebook practice it should according to its terms and conditions. “” Now, which may be an or others say: anyway, I’ve got no secrets “, which, if this is so, is also good, but should nevertheless tiny data holes” are on his PC, which traced to indiscretions or similar, so he was aware to make public these with any consent to terms and conditions, especially since they point out exactly this in English. What would now help against the possible misuse of data? Always deny every click? Clean up its data on the PC”? “Or even the best always so Act, that his own behaviour and data always in the background of an official readership” can be considered? So considering the categorical imperative, that his own standards and actions could always be based on a general legislation?