Norwegian Consumer Group Has App-etite for Reading

The Norwegian Consumer Council staged the reading to draw attention to the lengthy and complex terms and conditions of smartphone apps.
0:48 | 05/26/16

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Never tried to create a few minutes turning editions not by their before you actually not one I just if they say they're eighteen and above I'm like. Right I read it and there's no looked at the way to get time for that nobody got I'm better at what somebody did the have to listen to that. They did this study of Norway. They read through the average users and out of apps about thirty apps for bonds. How long it took to read through all the terms and conditions on that many apps yeah 31 hours and 49 minutes. 111 seconds it came out to 900 pages. 200 that he doesn't work the longer than Moby Dick van longer than that. Probably combined but who knew that the but all those terms and conditions that leave it iTunes as the biggest culprit 54 pages it took two and a half hours just to read that one apps. Terms and conditions.

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