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Senior Software Engineer - Full Stack

Posted 6 months ago

About DoNotPay DoNotPay makes the law free for consumers through artificial intelligence. For example, helping someone fight their parking ticket or their landlord. The company is backed by Andreessen Horowitz, Greylock Partners, Index Ventures and others. It has saved an estimated $15 million...

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Now you can share your Netflix account just by sending a link

  • Fast Company
  • 2 months ago
  • DoNotPay, the digital lawyer that shot to prominence for its bot that helps drivers appeal parking tickets, has launched a new product aimed at consumers.
  • With the DoNotPay Subscription Sharing Chrome extension, anyone can share access to their online accounts — like Spotify, Netflix, Disney+ — without divulging their password.
  • Joshua Browder, DoNotPay’s founder and CEO, says the subscription sharing feature is a response to the proliferation of streaming services that each have their own exclusive content silos.
Now you can share your Netflix account just by sending a link

Robo Revenge app automatically cancels and sues robocallers

  • Vice
  • 3 months ago
  • DoNotPay, the family of consumer advocacy services meant to protect people from corporate exploitation, is launching a new app aimed at helping end our long national nightmare surrounding robocalls by giving you a burner credit card to get their contact details then giving you a chatbot lawyer to automatically sue them.
  • Robo Revenge app—unique from every other app looking to protect you from robocalls in that it can get you cash while stopping them completely
  • Together, new legislation and mass adoption of the app might be sufficient to overcome the technological and regulatory difficulties of reigning in illegal robocallers.
Robo Revenge app automatically cancels and sues robocallers

This "robot lawyer" can take the mystery out of license agreements

  • The Verge
  • 6 months ago

DoNotPay, the "robot lawyer" service that helps you contest parking tickets and even sue people, is launching a new tool to help customers understand license agreements. Called "Do Not Sign," the service is included with DoNotPay's monthly $3 subscription fee, and it lets users upload, scan, or copy and paste the URLs of any license agreements they'd like to check.

This "robot lawyer" can take the mystery out of license agreements