As is depressingly routine in this scenario, they conveniently neglected to provide the changes in a readily reviewable format. You just get a link to the current policy; no past policy, no diff.
Thanks to Archive.org and
opendiff, I was able to review the changes side-by-side.
Terms of Service
Aside from some wording changes, the big changes are:
- New section with “we can shut this thing down at any time, suckers”.
- Shift in court venue from LA to Northern District of California.
- Removal of arbitration option, previously offered for amounts less than $10,000.
Oh, and FlightPath goes bye-bye.
Privacy changes are innocuous. Mostly rewording of existing stuff.
Merged contact URL from separate ones for testflight and flightpath to just firstname.lastname@example.org.
Addressed Do Not Track, which they ignore, because they don’t have any 3rd-party trackers on their page.
Though they did manage to work “national security” in there, just because it’s the legal buzzword of the year.