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June 02, 2008

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Kevin Thompson

Great post, Jonathan. It always amazes me when people try to use a cookie-cutter approach and are later surprised to discover that their situation doesn't match the one they copied from. They do so at their own risk when, as you point out, help can be obtained at a reasonable cost. And, without the embarrassment companies like Twitter and Adobe have faced.

Deb George

I almost can't believe that such large companies like twitter and adobe has done such a thing. Interesting. I actually didn't know that this was against the law. I can see how many would think they could just copy and paste. I also don't understand why anyone would be up in arms about someone copying there tos. It's TOS. Why is that such a big deal?

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