General Mills Reverses “No Sue” Policy After Uproar on Social Media
General Mills devised a “no sue” policy to supposedly protect their privacy during online interactions with customers. Barely a day after announcing their decision, they quickly reversed courses after consumers took to social media websites to protest. Their original policy stated that if customers interacted with General Mills online then they forfeited their right to sue and would instead be forced to arbitrate their claims. General Mills maintains that its original policy was grossly misinterpreted, and that it rarely has disputes with customers, regardless.
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