Section 1 - Any agreement between End Users, Platforms, Internet Service Providers, or any combination thereof, shall be entered into voluntarily, under full disclosure, and without coercion or fraud on the part of any Party involved.
If agreements are not voluntary, or there is any coercion, then it is not entered into freely. That would be extortion, which is a tyrannical act upon the coerced.
There may end up being arguments about age of consent and so on, but the bottom line is, there has to be a standard. We have to draw the line somewhere.
Section 2 - Any agreement between End Users, Platforms, Internet Service Providers, or any combination thereof shall only be considered valid with the informed consent of all Parties involved.
Consent cannot be true consent unless all parties are properly informed.
Section 3 - Any agreement between End Users, Platforms, Internet Service Providers, or any combination thereof shall not be considered valid unless all Parties involved are not considered a Minor on the date which the agreement was entered into.
In general, from a legal stand point, a minor is not capable of consenting on their own, which is why the contract would be invalid. Just like a paper contract in the physical space, the same concept needs to apply online.
Firm Word did suggest that I change the wording in Section 2 and remove Section 3, but I believe it is important to separate these sections. It might seem redundant, but sometimes redundancy is necessary.
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