Do you usually read the "Terms of Service" before signing up for something, or just click the Accept button and move on?
Is this the first poll?
No, first in archive.
Wow I actually just found this. I also saw your comments on 10000 and 1000.
Ain't nobody got time for that!
What instagram thing?
I read them if I think there's a chance they'll try to screw me.
I could be signing away my life for all I care. I'm not reading that unnecessary novel.
It's just the same general crap every time, so why bother? And if we ever truly have any doubts about policies and stuff, there's usually a link to the TOS somewhere on the website of whatever site is in question.
9% of you must be lawyers :P
The meaning of life is in there somewhere
That was a joke ;-)
AIN'T NOBODY GOT TIME FOR DAT!
I got bronchitis!!
Game of Thrones
Do you "usually" read the agreements when you sign up for something that you must accept in order to use the service? They tend to be like 50 pages long.
Or we read them more frequently than you.
Mind showing me the study? Btw, remember that of us 9%, we don't necessarily read EVERY single one we come across (the question was worded to allow that it appears).
Obama - ok. I'm done insulting FIAT. Good thing you put me in my place.
Early bird leave FIAT alone! You've done enough damage!
9% of you live very boring lives. A recent study showed that if you actually read all of the terms of service that you encounter on a daily basis it adds up to about 30 days per year. So you lose a month of your life every year that you read that nonsense!
I usually skip, but with this new Instagram thing I'm gonna have to read more closely.
The most common lie on the planet: "I have read and accept the terms and conditions."
I'd like to actually have a life than to read that 100 page thing
The only thing I learned from this poll is that 9% of people are liars.
I believe this is the most one-sided post.
What was the question?
(I just clicked yes to move forward)
It's impossible to read and comprehend every one, without a team of attorneys. Once you had attorneys help you will have many changes to the agreement that it will take months to finalize even with the company's help, which won't be east. Tos is simply an ineffective way to apply legal agreements.
Facebook owns all your pics, right?
Nope, if its a big enough change i.e. Instagram, it'll make the news and I won't have to waste time reading the ToS.
Ain't nobody got time fo dat
You are welcome Fiat.
I skim through and read the parts that I think are important.
I'm signing up for email or some stupid online service not buying a house.
I give it a quick read but mostly I skip and click Accept.
But so I know for future reference, can you see it (the smiley), or does it just show up as a box or something like that?
@EarlyBird yes, I knew you were teasing, hence my winking smiley face.
My personal legal team and I intensely sift through every clause of such agreements.
I'm a very personally responsible objectivist citizen you see.
If you read terms and conditions on the interwebs you are officially a virgin for life
No. There's really no point, because you can't use what you want to use if you don't agree. I know I probably should read them, but I think I'm just lazy.
One does not simply read the terms & conditions. (insert meme here)
We live in a society who wants privacy yet can't take time to read terms and conditions!? Bassackwards!
"Yes, I've read the terms of service"- most common Internet lie
Lol I was too slow.
I will skim if its something serious I'm signing up for... But I'll skip the iTunes ones and others like it.
Why? The Tech companies have only my best interests at heart. What harm could come from tying out lives together?
Wait. We're supposed to read those?
if it's less than 100 words, I'll read it...