Saturday, August 18, 2007

Cingular (AT&T) Waiver Ruled "Unconscionable" By Circuit Court

"Like many companies, Cingular has a little thing in their contracts saying that if you use their service, you void your right to a class action lawsuit and instead have to go through "mandatory binding arbitration," which is basically an extra-judicial corporate court exempt from many of the basic laws and procedures and rights of real court."

This is a step in the right direction for those of us wanting a little more control over what services we use. I for one can't wait until companies like at&t, Verizon, and Sprint are finally sued over not allowing us to unlock our phones.

read more | digg story

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