PayPal’s Terms of Service currently contains more that 24,000 words, just over the length of Romeo & Juliet.
Apple Media Services has over 7,000 words, Airbnb over 13,000 words, TikTok over 29,000, and the list goes on.
People don’t read these things. People don’t know what they’re agreeing to.
Merging GDPR compliant terms with response requests to obtain active consent.
Using words that are honest and easy to understand. These merge with modern tech, so you understand before agreeing.
Providing dynamic terms and conditions which automatically update to ensure they are legally compliant.
As of January 2017:
Imagine how many of these have a Terms of Service, being agreed to with hardly more than a glance.
I Learn, I Agree charges £1 for a 50 year license (per website), forming the foundation of better and stronger legal agreements in a modern tech-based world.