Terms of Service: The Length of Common Digital Contracts #infographic

Terms of Service: The Length of Common Digital Contracts #infographic

Ios and internet service providers around the world are demanding that potential customers agree to a service contract. Most people press and continue on with the 'accept' button, knowing that reading the service agreements would make them sleep and postpone their favorite web fix.

Inspired by the project titled I Agree by designer Dima Yarovinsky, today's post visualizes the service agreement period by counting the terms and calculating how long each user will take to read.

Long sentences loaded with abstract words drag out the simple phrases and prevent comprehension. Flesch tried to measure the variation of reading comprehension — and by analyzing various types of writings he created a method to assess readability and forever scorn lawyers.

In the Flesch Reading-Ease test, higher scores indicate material that is easier to learn. Lower numbers mark passages which are more difficult to read. The test formulation for the Flesch Reading-Ease Score (FRES) is:


Terms of Service: The Length of Common Digital Contracts #infographic


infographic by: www.visualcapitalist.com

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