Where can I find the EULA to read again?

I know that I had to sign it way back when, but I recently had cause to want to read it again, and I don't know where I can find it short of creating a new account, and I don't want to do that.

Thanks.

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  • leemwatson
    leemwatson Member Posts: 4,622 Arc User
    https://www.arcgames.com/en/about/terms is what you're after I think....but you don't 'sign' it, you 'agree to it' everytime you play the game.
    "You don't want to patrol!? You don't want to escort!? You don't want to defend the Federation's Starbases!? Then why are you flying my Starships!? If you were a Klingon you'd be killed on the spot, but lucky for you.....you WERE in Starfleet. Let's see how New Zealand Penal Colony suits you." Adm A. Necheyev.
  • pottsey5g
    pottsey5g Member Posts: 3,682 Arc User
    Also large parts of it are meaningless or not valid depending on where you live.
  • pottsey5g
    pottsey5g Member Posts: 3,682 Arc User
    edited October 2019
    azrael605 wrote: »
    > @pottsey5g said:
    > Also large parts of it are meaningless or not valid depending on where you live.

    According to whom?
    The law and the courts depending on where you live. EULA's or parts of them often get chucked out at court as not valid as they don't override local law. A good example is the zero refund policy like what the Steam EULA used to list. It didn't matter what the EULA said as it was invalid against Australia's law.

    My original version of Star Trek online was a boxed game version and where I live 100% of boxed games EULA's like Star Trek Online EULA's got ruled at court as not valid or enforceable. I am not saying you can flat out ignore the entire EULA's rules but its not as simple as the EULA says something and that it, that's the final rule. You need to factor in local law and rules as those often trump and override what the EULA's say. It all comes down to precisely where you live and precisely which bit of the EULA you are talking about.