Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Go GOOGLE! Way to respect the developers for Google I/O 2012

The new prices might be tough to swallow, but the restrictions on being able to buy 1 ticket and NOT being able to sell them should severely limit the abuse that occurred in years past where people basically hocked tickets which seriously limited the number of REAL developers that could attend I/O.

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Google I/O 2012 registration terms and conditions:

  • An individual can only purchase one ticket.
  • Tickets may only be used by original purchaser. Tickets may not be resold. The resale of a ticket will render the ticket null and void without any responsibility to Google.
  • Tickets may be transferred at Google’s sole discretion. Google reserves the right to reject any transfer requests.
  • Persons who are:
    1. residents of embargoed countries,
    2. ordinarily resident in embargoed countries, or
    3. otherwise prohibited by applicable export controls and sanctions programs may not attend the conference.
  • In order to register, users must have a Google Account and access to Google+.
  • Photographs and/or video taken at Google I/O by Google, or others on behalf of Google, may include your image, voice, or likeness. You agree that Google may use such photographs and/or video recordings for any purpose without compensation to you.


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