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Q&A Terms of Service: contact on termination

This is a minor thing to nitpick about. Read what it says: If you have provided contact details. You can't expect to be contacted if you haven't provided contact details. Other than when it's no...

posted 1mo ago by Olin Lathrop‭  ·  edited 1mo ago by ArtOfCode‭

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#2: Post edited by user avatar ArtOfCode‭ · 2024-05-17T08:42:38Z (about 1 month ago)
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  • This is a silly thing to nitpick about.
  • Read what it says: <i>If you have provided contact details</i>. You can't expect to be contacted if you haven't provided contact details.
  • Other than when it's not physically possible, this does exactly what you ask for. The wording says the site "may" contact you. Of course they'll try, but as you said yourself, it's better not to create a legal obligation to do so. Any wording that doesn't create a legal obligation has to be non-committal.
  • Can we get back to stuff that actually matters now?
  • This is a minor thing to nitpick about.
  • Read what it says: <i>If you have provided contact details</i>. You can't expect to be contacted if you haven't provided contact details.
  • Other than when it's not physically possible, this does exactly what you ask for. The wording says the site "may" contact you. Of course they'll try, but as you said yourself, it's better not to create a legal obligation to do so. Any wording that doesn't create a legal obligation has to be non-committal.
#1: Initial revision by user avatar Olin Lathrop‭ · 2024-05-07T20:12:53Z (about 1 month ago)
This is a silly thing to nitpick about.

Read what it says: <i>If you have provided contact details</i>.  You can't expect to be contacted if you haven't provided contact details.  

Other than when it's not physically possible, this does exactly what you ask for.  The wording says the site "may" contact you.  Of course they'll try, but as you said yourself, it's better not to create a legal obligation to do so.  Any wording that doesn't create a legal obligation has to be non-committal.

Can we get back to stuff that actually matters now?