General Mills doesn't like getting sued. Sued for what? O, for things like, say, making a food-like substance full of high-fructose corn syrup and genetically engineered ingredients (aka "Fruit Gushers" and the like) and then calling such products "natural." So they recently tweaked their legal terms to ensure that you can't sue them if you ever come within a breath of then online, including if you visited a GM website, clicked Like on their page, received their email newsletter, downloaded or printed a digital coupon, entered a sweepstakes or content, or ever had anything at all, really, to do with their cyber properties. Lawyers say other companies are sure to follow suit—hell, why wouldn't they? Goodbye, class action suits, even if companies like GM negligently contaminate food with nuts and endanger allergic people, or, say, if a employee decides to slip crushed glass into your Trix. Hat tip to Tom for posting the NYT article this morning.