Pals & Allies, Inc., sponsors QuikFlik, a social-networking, video-sharing site. Pals & Allies changes the terms of service on its site with thirty days' notice to its users. Rochelle and other users continue to use the site but nevertheless file a suit against its owner for breach of contract. If the court rules against the plaintiffs, it will most likely be because
A) a change to terms of service is not a breach of contract.
B) the site belongs to Pals & Allies, not its users.
C) Pals & Allies set the original terms and can change them freely.
D) the plaintiffs continued to use the site after the thirty-day period.
Mainstay, Inc., sponsors NowUCMe, a social-networking, video- and photo-sharing site. To use NowUCMe, Mainstay requires users to accept terms of service associated with the site. By clicking on "accept," users enter into a contract
A) after thirty days.
B) as soon as they begin to use the service.
C) when a court declares that a contract exists.
D) under no circumstances.
International Fantasy Sports League involves Olympic games in which the participants compile imaginary teams consisting of real athletes. The League offers free entry for its participants. In most states, these games would not be considered gambling because they lack the element of
Fantasy sports leagues are exempt from a federal statute that prohibits unlawful Internet gambling if the outcomes reflect the knowledge and skill of the participants and the performance of the athletes in real sporting events. Daily fantasy sports games may not meet this definition because the effect on the result of a participant's skill is decreased, and the effect of luck is increased, by
A) the short duration of the fantasy games.
B) the amount of the payout in an individual game.
C) the number of participants in a given game.
D) the size of the entry fee to play a fantasy game.