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General Mills Corp Tried To Shield Itself From Lawsuits: With Sneaky Contracts You 'Sign' Just By Logging Onto Website — Changes Mind After Bad PR

Bowl of Cheerios: General Mills turned out to be not so "family friendly"  after all. (Photo by yaybiscuits123)
Bowl of Cheerios: General Mills turned out to be not so "family friendly"
after all. (Photo by yaybiscuits123)
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The food giant reversed itself regarding widely criticized new legal terms on its website that some said could prevent customers from suing the company over downloading coupons, joining its online communities, or interacting with the company

General Mills announced it was removing controversial legal terms from its website on Saturday following an uproar over the changes.

“Because our concerns and intentions were widely misunderstood, causing concerns among our consumers, we’ve decided to change them back to what they were,” company spokesman Mike Siemienas wrote in an email obtained by the New York Times. The New York Times reported last week that the General Mills had added new legal terms to its website which could force customers to surrender their right to sue the company if they downloaded coupons, joined its “online communities” or interacted with the company in a variety of other ways.

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