Many online companies like to revise their terms of service statements from time to time and this week Dropbox announced that’s exactly what it will be doing starting on March 24th. The cloud storage company revealed its plans via email alerts and on its official blog.
In the blog post, one of the changes that was mentioned was that Dropbox will be adding a way to use arbitration to settle disputes between the company and its users. The blog states that Dropbox feels that such a move is a “faster way” to settle such cases. However, going to the actual terms of service page itself reveals something else. Dropbox will now prohibit its users from entering any class action lawsuits made against it.