Tue, 23 Aug 2016 22:24:56 GMT

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A (Fake, But Still) Terms-of-Service Contract Asked People to Give Up Their Firstborn
New York Magazine
It is a tired observation, the fact that no one reads any terms-of-service agreements. “They might be asking you to sign away your firstborn child and nobody would notice!” is a joke a timid comedian might try at an open-mic night, and no one would laugh.
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Thu, 25 Aug 2016 17:01:36 GMT


WhatsApp Revises Terms of Service, Privacy Policy; to Test Messages from Businesses
We're also updating these documents to make clear that we've rolled out end-to-end encryption. When you and the people you message are using the latest version of WhatsApp, your messages are encrypted by default, which means you're the only people ...
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Thu, 25 Aug 2016 21:14:36 GMT

Give up your firstborn child? Most people don't read terms of service agreements
Science Magazine
You've probably done it—clicked “I accept” after scrolling to the bottom of a company's terms of service. A new study shows that you're not alone; those who accept terms of service without reading them first are in the majority, NPR reports. The study ...