All About Rabbit's Terms of Service

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All About Rabbit's Terms of Service

Rabbit was a mobile app and video streaming service that launched in 2014. It allowed users in different locations to stream content together simultaneously. Like many companies, Rabbit required users to consent to a terms of service agreement. Unfortunately, many terms of service agreements are missing critical privacy clauses that state and federal law require.

At its height of popularity, Rabbit boasted 3.6 million active monthly users. In 2019, Rabbit was sold to streaming service Kast. If you were a Rabbit user, you might be wondering what happened to your that Rabbit collected, or if new service owner Kast has any privacy violations hidden within its TOS. DoNotPay can help with this issue and many more.

What's in a Terms of Service Agreement Like Rabbit's?

One of the most valuable assets a company can collect from you isn't just your money—it's your private information. Collecting, storing, and selling user data is an enormous source of revenue for companies of all sizes. When you agree to a , you're providing permission for the company to collect all kinds of information about you.

There are several federal and state laws protecting individuals from illegal information collection. However, unfortunately, not all companies adhere to these laws like they should. Since Rabbit was acquired by Kast, let's take a look at Kast's terms of service agreement and see what it contains.

Kast's terms of service were last updated on August 14, 2020. It contains information such as:

  • Minimum age requirements to use the service.
  • Prohibited account activities.
  • Intellectual property ownership rights.
  • Fees, cancellation terms, renewal terms, and refunds.
  • Third-party data sharing information.

If you began using Kast after Rabbit was sold, you might be wondering if any of your data was illegally collected or sold. DoNotPay can help you identify any violations and receive compensation. Read on to learn more.

How to Analyze Rabbit's Terms of Service By Yourself

While it's no longer possible to analyze Rabbit's terms of service as the company was sold, you can take a look at its new owner Kast, or any other service. Undertaking this process on your own can be very challenging if you're not already aware of the laws companies must comply with. However, if you're up for the challenge, here are some issues to look out for:

  • Waivers of liability
  • Disclaimers of warranties
  • Indemnification clauses
  • Dispute resolution clauses, including those regarding opting out of arbitration and class action lawsuits
  • Third-party data-sharing policies and whether or not users can opt-out

DoNotPay Can Help You Analyze Terms of Service

If this process seems too frustrating and time-consuming for you to undertake on your own, you can use DoNotPay to identify legal violations quickly and demand compensation. It's unfair that large companies get away with illegal privacy violations, but we can help you hold any company accountable.

How to Analyze Terms of Service Agreements with DoNotPay

You can rest easy knowing your privacy is protected with just 5 simple steps:

  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.

After this process, DoNotPay will contact the company with a demand letter on your behalf. If they do not comply, we can help you escalate the matter to a small claims court and get the compensation to which you're entitled.

DoNotPay Can Help You Analyze Any Company's TOS

In addition to helping you analyze the Uber terms of service, DoNotPay can help you analyze the terms of service of other websites and service providers, including, but not limited to:

Instagram Terms of ServiceAWS Terms of ServiceShopify Terms of Service
Discord Terms of ServiceGoogle Terms of ServicePlaystation Terms of Service
Youtube Terms of ServiceRoblox Terms of ServiceAirbnb Terms of Service
Facebook Terms of ServiceParler Terms of ServiceSnapchat Terms of Service
Twitch Terms of ServiceTiktok Terms of ServiceOmegle Terms of Service
Twitter Terms of ServiceCash App Terms of ServiceZoom Terms of Service

Why Use DoNotPay to Analyze Terms of Service?

We're fast, simple, and most importantly, successful. DoNotPay identifies terms of service violations with very little work required on your behalf. We can protect your privacy and even ensure you receive any payments you're entitled to.

How to Sue Companies Like Rabbit for TOS Violations

If a company doesn't respond to your compensation demand, use our Sue Now product to escalate the case to a small claims court. DoNotPay will guide you throughout the entire process, including:

  1. Identifying and completing all required court forms
  2. Filing your complaint with the correct court
  3. Serving the company
  4. Ensuring you have everything you need to appear for your court date

It has never been easier to protect your personal information and hold companies accountable. Give DoNotPay a try today and let us look for violations in the TOS agreements you've signed.

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