General Mills Changes Fine Print to Allow Lawsuits Again

(NEW YORK) — If something goes wrong with your Cheerios, you once again have the right to sue the company that made them.

General Mills over the weekend decided to undo a change in its legal fine print that would’ve meant giving up your right to sue if you “liked” certain Facebook pages or downloaded coupons.

The company said its new legal policy mentioning forced “arbitration” as a way to settle disputes was misunderstood. But General Mills never imagined such a strong reaction and said, “We’re sorry we even started down this path.”

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