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Offer and Acceptance . . . by Inquiry Notice.  This is not a traditional understanding of contract law, but then again, Internet sites do not always provide traditional contracts.  Recently, a district court cited 9th Circuit precedent in deciding that because an online user had “at least inquiry notice of his need to comply with the Terms in using the website, and he continued to use the site knowing he was bound by the Terms, the user accepted the Terms by using the site.” Gutierrez v. FriendFinder Networks Inc., No. 18-CV-05918-BLF, 2019 WL 1974900, at *8 (N.D. Cal. May 3

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