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In a case that could sharpen the law around arbitration contracts used by apps and websites, judges from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit are considering whether to sign off on an arbitration agreement that Uber Technologies Inc. wrapped into the terms of service for individuals who use the app to seek rides.
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