12.3 If you don't agree to those changes (regardless of whether you email us), then unfortunately we must ask you to cease using GOG services. We're sorry we have to say that, but we hope you'll appreciate that for GOG services to work properly we need to have everyone using it under the same rules instead of different people having different rules. That's why we encourage you to get in contact if you have queries.
Do people actually read these?
first: putting something in TOS doesnt give it absolute law-grade strength... Some terms in a service can be viewed as either abusive and.or illegal/uncomplying regarding EU, customer/user's country and maybe gog's new HQ's place country (but im not familiar with it)
like agreeing on surrendering your first born (extreme absurd example) or "as long as you are using the service, you must comply into notifying us whenever you plan to go outside of your home, stating the intended destination, and waiting for us to approve it"... and if you dont, then just stop using our services"
second: define gog's services in this one ? does it include the mere action of purchasing and checking out, with keeping track of invoices/purchases ? or does it mean the forum, the optional client and its features (like cloud save, multiplayer's matchmaking and such) which in case ARE services and that are clearly depending on such kind of TOS and that everyone using them need to be on equal footing ground for thelm to work...
because in the later case, it's like a grocery store that would claim that it hinders it or makes it impossible to properly work (as in: letting you grab things and checking out with your cart) without, for example, shouting out the customer's name, adress and relative's names whenever said customer arrive at the checkout line.
so, basically, what you are saying is that if we dont agree to have our personal info displayed publicly, we shoudl forfeit our entire account's purchases (and games ownership licences too); because just having an offline installer on your disk doesnt mean you have the legal right of use for said game. (a proof of purchase, though...) and i wont even mention the right to access to technical fix/updates to defective products (i wouldnt call that a "service" but an entitled right... not in GOG'sTOS, mind you.. it's in various consumers laws)