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    1. @swipp_it: 1/ So, I guess my new "hobby" over the past few years has become reading terms of service/privacy policies for things I want to use and then trying to enforce my rights as laid out in those policies. Unsurprisingly, companies are often not certain how to respond to this.

      11 votes
    2. I am helping my parents rent out their place in Seattle. I posted it on Zillow, we got tons of traffics and interest. I now need to get the rental agreement in order. Does anyone have an informed...

      I am helping my parents rent out their place in Seattle. I posted it on Zillow, we got tons of traffics and interest. I now need to get the rental agreement in order.

      Does anyone have an informed opinion on where to get the agreement template from? I see at least 2 good options, please help me choose.

      1. Legal Zoom ($29)
      2. eForms (Free)
      7 votes
    3. It took a while for this to sink in, since the arrest of Huawei's Chief Financial Controller a few days ago, but... How does the USA have jurisdiction over Huawei's alleged sales to Iran? Huawei...

      It took a while for this to sink in, since the arrest of Huawei's Chief Financial Controller a few days ago, but...

      How does the USA have jurisdiction over Huawei's alleged sales to Iran?

      Huawei is a Chinese company, not an American company. Sure, the USA has imposed sanctions on trading with Iran - but surely those sanctions would apply only to American companies. How does the U.S. government have jurisdiction over what a Chinese company does?

      11 votes
    4. So, one of the things I deal with in my day to day are highly regulated industries (think guns and Legalized MJ), and I wonder where this will fit into Tildes itself. I did not see much in the ToU...

      So, one of the things I deal with in my day to day are highly regulated industries (think guns and Legalized MJ), and I wonder where this will fit into Tildes itself.

      I did not see much in the ToU in regards to this, so I wonder what governance we would be looking at?

      Is it entirely what is legal in Canada? Because something may not be entirely legal in Canada, but the discussion of it would actually be perfectly legal.

      I personally am someone looking for a migration from reddit, as it has become an unstable place for functional discussion.

      4 votes