Fine print in everyday consumer contracts can include provisions that require Americans to surrender their rights to file class-action lawsuits, the U.S Supreme Court ruled Wednesday, overturning a lower court ruling.
The ruling could have immediate impact on consumers’ ability to fight against companies when they feel their rights have been violated. It also raises questions about the future of class-action cases.
Haha, you got poisoned, oh, and fuck you.
Just one more signpost on that rocket-powered handbasket ride to hell....
when will people not be people?
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