We are announcing today that we have reverted back to our prior legal terms, which contain no mention of arbitration.
A statement from General Mills • Walking back a much-criticized policy that would have essentially replaced the consumer’s right to sue the company with an online arbitration process. The move drew much heat after The New York Times wrote an article on the practice last week.
(Celebrities) want their cake and eat it, too. They want free publicity, and they want to be left alone when they’re out in public, and the rest of the world doesn’t have that choice.Mickey Osterreicher says on celebs trying to push back on the paparazzi in regards to privacy. Source