Bureaucratic federal boilerplate.They want to make it difficult for anyone to sue under the various federal privacy acts that are out there.I would not ever agree to such a thing on my own PC, of course ... if I had to click on such to keep my business, I would go buy a $50 used PC from Goodwill to load it on.
I can only say, take a good hard look at England. The people with generations of hard courage laid right down and let their government turn the place into 1985, what's next, "Anthema?"
That's a standard boiler plate...
If you want to be really paranoid, I guarantee Google knows more about your online activities than the Gubmint. Plus, they actively use the data to enhance their bottom line.My guess is that a developer working on cars.gov got lazy and grabbed some boilerplate legalese without reading it over closely. I've seen a lot more of that kind of stupidity since software development shifted to countries where people speak Engrish and/or lunch is spiced with curry.
Who is John Galt?bfvs
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