EL 250 Grimes with (Susan)
1. I have a huge problem with not paying attention to contracts. This in turn gets me into trouble. When you do not read the terms of service, you are adhering to all the terms without notice. Therefore, a contract may hinder you from understanding what the regulations are in adult games. I breached a contract once. It was not necessarily my fault. I ended up going to court over it and loosing. It was my fault for not reading the full terms of the contract. I had to face severity which were the consequences. I now read everyting I receive. No matter what the quantity of pages are.
2. Now, how in ghe hell is a child supposed to read all that technical jargon. An adult should step in and assist. If a conract is aimed at a child, then there is a point where the parent should step up to the plate and say "I'll go over this first". That's a parent's job. They should be there for their child. It may also depend on ghe child's intelligence. Not solely rely on it, but sort of read it with an adult.
3. Of course I'm going to say that it should remain with you because I'm not about "Big Brother" stepping in and taking out of our pockets. Afterall it's only virtuaL porperty. It really only exists on screen. Not like its a physical entity where someone can step in and take it. My view stays the same with children. They are more valurnable than adults so a child in essence is really the victim here.
4. I'm not trying to be contadictory here, but yes, any contract that is signes should be legal. That in terms should hold up in court. If you sign something, then you are binded to it. Let the buyer beware.
5. I feel that marketers know what they are doing when a project is aimed at children. That sort of is immoral to do that to a child, but I do not think a child should be making adult decisions without a parent's consent first. It becomes a question of morals and ethics.