But on the beach, when the blacks, whose terms of service
were up came down with their trade-boxes on their heads to depart on the Arangi, was the time when nigger-chasing was not dangerous.
com took the terms of service
for each platform tested its readability using the Flesch Reading Ease Formula, a test designed to determine how simple text is to understand.
A role for terms of service
, and challenges in the IoT context
Google had made the last update to its Terms of Service
in October 2013 and included the internet giant's use of Google Account holders' profile names, photos, and actions, to help with displaying ads and for other commercial purposes.
Instagram has been under serious fire this week, after the company announced its new terms of service
policy which seemed to give the company power to sell user's photos to outside companies, without having to compensate the user.
MySpace also uses computer technology to search profiles for compliance with the terms of service
, and the company is working to educate children on how to use the site safely.
Data collection practices, criminal background checks and forced arbitration policies were among the areas of Airbnb's fine print that were tweaked as part of the San Francisco housing rental site's updated terms of service
to help our users better understand our service.
As most people scroll down to the bottom of the lengthy terms of service
and click on "accept" before joining Facebook, or Twitter, or Google plus, without ever having read a word, the hackers are coming up with a start-up, which takes the homework out of taking responsibility for a user's online privacy and provides them with everything they need to know.