Free Speech vs PayPal

Following PR Crisis, PayPal Again Updates TOS Hoping You Won’t Notice

Aside from the fact that the clause is a fool’s errand because there is literally no way for the company to legitimately determine what is or isn’t misinformation, and that “offensive” is subjective, there is no legal basis for a clause like this anyway.

10 PayPal Alternatives – For Privacy or Free Speech

As digital payments have become increasingly popular, many of the largest companies in this sector have used their dominant position to censor users, harvest their private financial data, and threaten them with huge fines if they violate vague and subjective rules.

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