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|User Info||DESTROY EVERYTHING Bezos Touches (and not just Bezos); entered at 2017-11-29 16:40:47|
And by virtue of doing so you have an implied contract from them of fair dealing, which means (1) they won't use that data to find your suppliers, (2) they won't use it to determine how much can be sold (and thus how much to order) and (3) they won't use it to take your category, shut it down and steal it for themselves.|
The test from a legal perspective is "if you knew they were going to do this with your information would have to entered into the contract anyway?"
The obvious answer in this case is "No."
The implied covenant of fair dealing is in ALL contracts; it does not need to be stated.
Last modified: 2017-11-29 16:41:37 by tickerguy