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General Mills has adopted a policy stating that consumers give up their right to sue the company when they do things such as “like” General Mills products on Facebook or use the company’s website to download coupons. So reports the New York Times.

A growing number of companies have adopted similar policies, which essentially force consumers to arbitrate their grievances no matter how serious the accusations. More are expected to follow suit.

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