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Dutch court ruling on kids forcing another to hand over RS goods


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TOS is not the same as the law. A company cannot enforce a ToS agreement that is against the law. Simply put laws are way over ToS on a website.

For example, if you are an employee and your boss makes you sign an agreement that you will work on Sundays for free, if that agreement is against the labor laws then it is not legally binding.

In other words, if the Dutch court says they stole something (virtual goods), then they stole something. Jagex's ToS has no authority over the court.

Couldn't Jagex write in their ToS that by paying for membership you are "renting" items and gold, then continue to say that if you violate one of their rules the "contract" between yourself and Jagex is null and void, giving them the right to ban you?


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