Terms and Conditions are too long, just ask a guy who read Amazon’s for 9 hours

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If there aren’t any books that tickle your fancy, perhaps you’ll be interested in the tale of the Amazon Kindle terms and conditions.

Why, at 73,198 words you’ll be entranced from the “terms of use” introduction on page one, to hearing about why the resale of a gifted audio certificate is prohibited on page 48.

It’ll take you 8 hours and 59 minutes to read the whole set of terms and conditions, as lovingly done so by the folks at Australian consumer rights organisation, Choice.

Of course, the point is that company’s terms and conditions like Amazon’s shouldn’t be so difficult for consumers to read. Despite how ~enthralling~ they may be. …

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Via: Mashable: Business

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