jecasc - 8:31 pm on Nov 3, 2012 (gmt 0)
My point is that interaction with a site has more implications that registration and data privacy because the first page viewed could pose a legal threat due to all sorts of bizarre circumstances which now your TOS can't control and even the jurisdictional venue and arbitration clauses are out the window.
If you thought until now that if your website got hacked and caused harm you could simply point to your TOS and deny any liability or demand arbitration instead of a lawsuit you have been on the wrong track all along.
This would be like hanging TOS in your car window that state that everyone you hit with your car agrees to not hold you liable for any damages or at least waives his right to go to court.
It is more than obvious that this is utter nonsense.