“When you use the Service, we may keep track of certain information related to your use of the Service, including but not limited to … which apps relating to the Service you are using; which features you are using within the Service infrastructure; network traffic (e.g., megabytes per hour); internet history; how frequently you encounter errors on the Service system and other related information.”
In another surprise for users, the Connect Cloud terms of service includes a requirement that consumers won’t use the service “for obscene, pornographic, or offensive purposes,” or “to infringe another’s rights, including but not limited to any intellectual property rights,” or to send any “unsolicited or unauthorized advertising.”
Needless to say, some of those conditions would almost certainly be unconstitutional if the government tried to impose them. After all, plenty of judges have ruled that people have the free speech right to say things that others find “offensive.”
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