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What It Means When You “Agree” to the Terms of Use

"I have read and agree to the Terms of Use" is the biggest lie on the web.

More than 86 percent of people who regularly use the internet are taking active steps to improve their online privacy. But only 7 percent actually read the terms of use while downloading applications, extensions, or software.

No. Skipping the terms of use won't kill anyone, but it does erode privacy. By passing the terms of service and clicking agree, you often give an app or software the right to: -collect all your data (device, location, searches),.

-own your creative products and content,. -sell your data to third parties,.

-disclose your personal information, and store your data even after account deletion. We at StopAd found examples of these rights' violations.


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