Read the slimy fine print on Microsoft’s “Important Changes” email many of you received in August 2012: “Finally, we have added a binding arbitration clause and class action waiver that affects how disputes with Microsoft will be resolved in the United States.” Put into plain English, Microsoft just changed their rules to say that if you want to sue them for anything you can expect $20,000 in legal fees, or much higher. And if they screw 50,000 people for the same thing, all 50,000 would have to fie separate lawsuits because with this wave of the wand Microsoft extinguishes our rights to sue them in one combined (class action) suit. Thanks Supreme Court of the United States!

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