The TLDR bill wants to make those long-ass T&Cs digestible

Facebook‘s basic terms of service have more than 4,200 words, and Twitter’s basic terms of service have more than 3,000 words. It would take you days to go through them if you REALLY want to understand what these companies stipulate when you agree to use their products. Pages-long terms of service agreements have been a pain in the neck for ages, but a new bill introduced in the US could be our savior. The Terms-of-service Labeling, Design and Readability (TLDR) Act, introduced by a bipartisan trio of Senators Bill Cassidy and Ben Ray Luján, and Congresswoman Lori Trahan, aims to…This...

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