You could be granting a company the right to sell your personal information to third parties, trace your movements using GPS, harvest your device identifiers, or track your device’s IP address when blindly clicking the ‘Accept’ button on terms of service agreements. Photo: Shutterstock

Tips to quickly read terms of service and privacy agreements: keywords, definitions and dangers of blindly clicking ‘I agree’

  • Few people read online terms of service agreements or privacy policies before clicking ‘I agree’, but you could be signing away more than you think
  • Here are tips on keywords to look out for, legal definitions and the surprising personal data that companies could be trying to take from you
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You could be granting a company the right to sell your personal information to third parties, trace your movements using GPS, harvest your device identifiers, or track your device’s IP address when blindly clicking the ‘Accept’ button on terms of service agreements. Photo: Shutterstock
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