TLDR Act aims to make website terms of service easier to understand
It’s safe to say the most people scroll through those lengthy online terms of service and just click “ACCEPT.” Even if you did take the time to read through it all, does it even make sense? Full of legalese and doublespeak, they are designed to confuse. From CNet:
The Terms-of-service Labeling, Design and Readability ACT, or TLDR Act, requires websites and mobile apps to create a “concise, easy to understand” summary of their terms of service that includes information on how personal information is collected and used.
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