Anyway, a few people have contacted me by email and facebook worried about the new terms and conditions and have asked if I can find out what other changes they have made in the Nov 2014 edition of the T&Cs.
Baby’s Days don’t provide previous T&Cs to their customers, but I was able to find a cached google page from their website, which had the old Terms and Conditions from Sep 2014 published. So I have now been able to compare the Sep 2014 T&Cs with the Nov 2014 T&Cs and they make for interesting reading!
The main changes are as follows:
Your agreement is no longer with Baby’s Days, but with a company called Sys IQ Ltd.
They have added a clause that lets them, “amend, remove or vary”…”
This now obviously means they can pretty much do anything they want to your system at any time they fancy and without informing you that they are doing this.
The old terms and conditions said they do not, “monitor or police communications or data transmitted through the subscriptions service.” This clause has been removed entirely.
Doe this now mean they DO monitor or police communications or data transmitted through the subscriptions service? It’s not really clear.
There are lots of other claims made in the terms and conditions which many users may not know about, so I have compiled a PDF to this post for those of you that are interested, you can view it here. Where you see words crossed out, they are no longer in the agreement, where you seen yellow highlighted text, this is new information added to the T&Cs in November. Any red text is my commentary on the T&Cs.
It would be great to hear about what others think of these T&Cs?