I was looking at the new Play (Terms of Service)

"You may be able to manage Updates to certain Content via Settings in Google Play. If it is determined, however, that the Update will fix a critical security vulnerability or critical operability issue related to the Content, or will prevent abuse, the Update may be completed irrespective of your Update settings in Google Play or your Device."

This isn't anything new, but that's a backdoor, technically.

I got a phone recently. I expected the Samsung to be more dense, but was nonetheless surprised by some of their sneaky tactics.
For one, part of the back of my Samsung phone case box says:
> IMPORTANT INFORMATION: If you open the package, use or retain the device, you accept Samsung's Terms and Conditions, including an Arbitration Agreement.


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