Terms of Service; Did not Read: Terms of service are often too many to read (TL; DR) but it is important to understand what they are writing. Your rights on the internet depend on them.
Are some of the Terms of Service reviews coming here? Did not Read.
They will help you learn about your rights by clicking on the service you are interested in. You can also have reviews straight to your browser by installing the web browser plug-in from links that are at the end of the publication.
Whenever you need to sign up for an online service or install an app on your devices, you agree with the developer's, company, or developer's terms of service without even knowing what you are agreeing to.
The overwhelming majority of users do not read the terms of service, and simply agree with them. The reasons for this are many: on the one hand, the difficult understanding of legal terminology and on the other hand the huge amount of information as if simply bypassing the reading process with one click to accept.
Researchers estimate that the amount of time an average person would spend in reading the terms of service he encounters in his life would reach 76 working days.
It is clear that the system does not work for the consumer, but it works very well in favor of the companies that provide these services.
The Terms of Service? Didn't Read is a user rights initiative designed to "rate and highlight the terms and privacy policies of the website."
YouTube gets a D, Google one C, GitHub one B, and DuckDuckGo an A. The best rating is A, and the worst is E.
The service lists positive, negative and neutral points in a list so you can check them at a glance. By clicking on the "more details" link you can read more information about the point of the summary you are interested in.
As we mentioned before, in addition to the projec websitet, there are extensions for different browsers.
They are all open source and show a hint on the browser UI if you visit a supported site.
Clicking on the icon displays the summary of the conditions of use for this site. The Chrome extension also displays a desktop notification if the web pages have been badly evaluated.
Download the extension you are interested in