Hm-m... There are reviews of hardware and software, but are there reviews of service #EULA's anywhere? Looks like an open niche for content 🤔
These could showcase most gruesome examples these "agreements" allow for themselves, what clauses have no actual effect in certain larger jurisdictions, etc.
With these, users could maybe stop ignoring EULAs with extreme #privacy assumptions like "can't be too bad" or "they'll make full use of everything they can".
...I know there are pieces of content that discuss EULAs in response to recent events, but these are usually apologetic or negatove, and do not review *respectful* EULA's (do they even exist?).
Hardware and software are usually reviewed on launch day because that's when users start buying/using them. But #EULA acceptance most of the time just goes without saying. Why does it have to be this way?
Such a thing actually exists! Kinda.
A third party that shrinks terms and policies of various popular services down to bare essentials that are actually understandable and aren't buried deep in legal-speak.
Something to encourage you to question the blind trust in these services, to restrict your activities there and to consider alternatives to especially carefree ones.
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