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Just a heads-up: the new (2018) terms of service include a mandatory arbitration clause, which is generating some pushback from the community:

A new (2018) update to our Terms of Service is here

At present you can opt out, but only by writing to StackExchange by snail mail:

https://stackexchange.com/legal/terms-of-service/public

If you don’t want to be bound by the arbitration and class-action waiver provisions in this section, you must notify us in writing within thirty (30) days of the date that you first accept these Public Network Terms (unless a longer period is required by applicable law), and then you must litigate any disputes against us in accordance with the "Assignment and Jurisdiction" section below. Your written notification must be mailed to us at Stack Overflow, Attn: Legal Department, 110 William Street, Floor 28, New York, NY 10038. If you do not notify us in accordance with this paragraph, you agree to be bound by the terms of this section, including, without limitation, the arbitration and class-action waiver provisions, and also including such provisions in any modifications we make to these Public Network Terms after the date of your first acceptance. Such notification must include: (i) your name; (ii) your email address and mailing address; and (iii) a statement that you do not wish to resolve disputes with us through arbitration or waive your ability to participate in a class action.

EDIT: StackExchange are reviewing whether they can provide an online opt-out.

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