According to the Internet Society’s Global Internet User Survey, only 16 per cent of internet users read privacy policies. Of those who do, only 20 per cent actually understand them. Reading policies and legal documents aren’t like an issue of Highlights for Kids, so many of us agree to the terms and move on. What about you?
Do You Read Privacy Policies (And Do You Understand Them)?
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