Originally Posted by scitek
The part that makes zero sense is why someone had to be part of your "family" just to play a trial. My guess is it was simply in hopes that if someone saw you owned it, there's a greater chance they'll try it since you're presumably someone whose opinion they trust. Much more effective than a traditional demo.
The whole policy (before cancelled) smells like reaction than a deeply thought policy. They saw how gamers reacted with the online req and quickly cooked "policies" using positive PR words like "sharing" and "family" without really thinking it through. That's why the message is so muddled.