I was just looking over a pretty typical [Terms of Service page](http://www.meetupalliance.com/site/terms), when I came across this more-or-less standard clause:
>We reserve the right at any time or times to modify or discontinue, temporarily or permanently,
>all or any portion of our Platform with or without notice. You agree that we shall not be liable to
>you or to any third party for any modification, suspension or termination of our Platform.
I thought to myself, “This is a perfect candidate for a [web feed](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_feed)!” I don’t know how many of these I have agreed to, and I almost *never* revisit the T&C pages once I’ve subscribed to a service. But it would be incredibly simple to set up a “T&C’s” folder in a [feedreader](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aggregator) and subscribe to a service’s T&C feed (assuming that one was available). Even if you were subscribed to a hundred (or 1,000!) services, presumably the terms and conditions don’t change very frequently, so it would be pretty easy to stay up-to-date with these feeds. As an added benefit, you would have a record of all the services (and their T&C’s) to which you have agreed, collected in one place.
If you think this is a good idea, drop a comment here. Even better, tell your service providers about this. If this picks up any traction in the blogosphere, I think it’ll become second nature to service providers–it’s an almost trivial solution to a problem that perhaps hasn’t been brought to their attention, yet. 😉