Full Breakdown of FFXIV's Terms of Service

Analyze TOS Full Breakdown of FFXIV's Terms of Service

Are You Entitled to Compensation for FFXIV Terms of Service Violations

In order to make money through the internet, companies often collect data about their users from third parties. Numerous federal and state laws have attempted in recent years to tackle the subject of what types of data can be collected from users and how it can be used. Despite that, many companies -- including the developers of big name entertainment content -- are either unaware of the laws protecting the personal data of users, or they choose to sidestep the laws, violating their terms of service.

If you're a user of entertainment content such as FFXIV, it can be difficult to know if the company is violating the terms of service and being careless with your data unless you happen to be educated on federal and state privacy laws. Fortunately,  can quickly scan the terms of service and user agreements for any website and determine if there are any legal terms of service violations.


Around 35.8 million people are subscribed to FFXIV, with around 3.4 million players engaging with the science fantasy role-playing game each day. It's the latest installment in an extraordinarily popular series of games in which the player is in control of multiple characters at a party and gains the overall strength of the party through the acquisition of new abilities and equipment. The company, like others, is required to provide a privacy policy as part of its terms of service and user agreement, which can be found here.

What Are Terms of Service Violations?

As part of your user agreement when you subscribed to the FFXIV content was a privacy agreement and terms of service. These legal agreements spell out the types of behavior you are expected to exhibit when playing the game, prohibited activities, and your responsibilities as it pertains to safeguarding the private data you have shared with the site. Likewise, these documents outline the responsibilities of the company providing the website, including informing you of the personal data they collect and how that data is used.

A term of service violation occurs when either party to the agreement violates the provisions of the agreement.

  • For FFXIV players, this could involve harassing other subscribers or other prohibited activity.
  • For Square Enix Limited, the company that develops distributes, and licenses the FFXIV product, terms of service violation could include not disclosing all the ways your data is being used or whether it is being sold to third parties.

What Happens if the Terms of Service Is Violated

In most cases if an FFXIV user violates a term of service, they face temporary or even permanent suspension of their account. However, if a company violates federal or state data privacy laws, and that violation results in a financial loss or a negative impact, they may be required to compensate the user for the violation.

How Do You Know if a Company Is Violating the Terms of Service

The number of regulations about data privacy is increasing rapidly to keep pace with the technology that is increasing in its capability to store and use data. Because of this, it is not only difficult for a company to know if they have violated state or federal data privacy laws, but it is even more difficult for a consumer to know if those laws have been violated. According to research on the matter, up to 73 percent of American adults incorrectly assume that because a company has a privacy policy in place, that company cannot share the users' data with anyone.

Unfortunately, these privacy policies commonly come with issues such as:

  1. The use of legalese that few people other than legal professionals can understand without spending a lot of time with the document.
  2. The failure of the user to read the TOS. Studies show that only slightly more than a quarter of individuals will even scan terms of service documents before agreeing to it.

Find FFXIV Terms of Service Violations Easily Through DoNotPay

Through DoNotPay's Analyze Terms of Service product, you can scan any website for legal violations. If violations are identified, we can draft a demand letter for compensation on your behalf and send it to the company. If they refuse to issue payment on the demand, you can take them to small claims court to seek payment for the loss you incurred as a result of the TOS violation.

All you have to do is:

  1. Go to the Analyze Terms and Services product on DoNotPay.


  2. Enter the website domain you would like to scan.


  3. Wait for DoNotPay to identify any legal violations on the website (it should only take a few seconds!) If there are violations, proceed to drafting a demand letter.


  4. Enter how much you want to receive in compensation and the company name.


  5. Enter your contact information so the company can contact you.


Keep in mind that DoNotPay's product works for a number of entities and not just Overwatch. Here is a list of companies whose TOS you can analyze using :

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Airbnb Terms of ServiceFacebook Terms of Service
Parler Terms of ServiceSnapchat Terms of Service
Twitch Terms of ServiceTiktok Terms of Service
Omegle Terms of ServiceTwitter Terms of Service
Cash App Terms of ServiceZoom Terms of Service

From there, DoNotPay will generate a demand letter on your behalf with every legal violation we identified that you can send to the company. If they don't comply with your demand for compensation, you can escalate the case to Small Claims Court using our Sue Now product.

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