For the sake of comparison, BestVPN.com said an abstract for a molecular physics paper scored 33.34-just barely harder to read than Instagram's terms of service
. A chapter from Dostoyevsky's "White Nights" scored a 63.08, meaning the famous Russian author's short story is easier to read than any of the privacy terms of popular social media services.
While there is no one-size-fits-all approach for all companies, terms of service
provide an opportunity for an IoT company to obtain express consent to the company's anticipated data practices, including with respect to:
Part IV will focus on the lasting implications of the Terms of Service
regime on speech rights.
That provision is not included in terms of service
for other leading social media companies like Twitter, Google, YouTube or even Facebook itself, and it immunizes Instagram from many forms of legal liability, said Michael Rustad, a professor at Suffolk University Law School.
Drew's defense asserts among other things that she never read MySpace's terms of service
"We are looking to legislation changes that allow VCAs to earn the same amount regardless of their terms of service
AOL's terms of service
forbid such harassment and state that anyone in violation could have their AOL membership terminated.
This software was made to send advertising or system messages to your own network." As part of its terms of service
, the company states, "DirectAdvertiser.com will not assist you in sending unsolicited advertising and it is not liable for any damages caused by such actions."
So far in FY01, Navy reenlistment rates across all terms of service
are up 6.4 percent from the same time last year.
Cuomo announced that, in conjunction with a recently announced investigation into reports that Facebook is secretly accessing personal information of users, the New York State Division of Consumer Protection is launching an education initiative for the digital age, including an examination of the terms of service
and privacy policies of popular web applications and services.
Facebook is updating its terms of service
and data policy to clarify the user information it collects and shares across its products including Instagram, WhatsApp, Oculus and Messenger, CNBC reports, citing the changes.