Do you read the terms of use and privacy policies?

All phones and services and also many common apps have terms of use and privacy policies. Samsung Privacy Policy, or privacy notice as Samsung calls it, has for example around 4600 words while Meta has written a thesis on just under 11 000 ord.

Googles terms of use are divided into 12 different sections. We suspect that the vast majority of people don’t bother to read these terms when they get a new service, buy a phone or start using a new app. Partly because there is usually a tldr warning on the agreements, because they are rarely particularly exciting to read, and because we expect that the agreements do not contain any too strange passages.

Therefore, many accept the agreements without knowing what is actually in them. Or are there more who actually read user agreements and privacy policies than you might think? That hopefully answers today’s question.

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