Terms of Service Didn't Read Demystifies Website Terms and Privacy Policies
by Tech Mainstream Staff
October 1, 2018
The typical terms of service agreements on most websites on the internet are often lengthy and to say the least, complicated. Terms of Service Didn't Read (ToS;DR) solves this problem by helping to users to understand the terms of service terminolgy. This technology is streamlined by installing the ToS;DRR web browser add-on available for Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, Opera and Internet Explorer browsers.
The first concept is services, websites or online applications, for example like, YouTube. The services are rated ranging from very good Class A to very bad Class E. Another part of the ToS;DR system is the notion of topic. Terms of service consist of small points which are delegated one or more topics. In essence, "each point gets a score (the white figure on the badge). The higher the score, the more important the point is (and the more it influences the rating of the service)."
ToS;DR invites donations, interaction with the online community, update the content of the ToS;DR website through its editing tool and developer interaction through its API. A ToS;DR blog