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Re: the inevitable slow death of sailing journalism - does it matter

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I screwed up by not reading or understanding their rules - the first contract is around 10,000 words with around 30,000 of subclauses linked from hot links in the contract.
As soon as you saw that you should have known you were going to get screwed. There is only ONE reason for contracts like that, or 37 page contracts for a basic credit card etc. - to screw the signer.

Honest people don't require fine print.
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