In the UK 22 thousand people, without reading it, agreed with the conditions of connection to Wi-Fi, which included public works

22 thousand people in the UK agreed to 1,000 hours of community service without reading by clicking «agree to terms» of the agreement on access to free Wi-Fi, writes The Guardian.

Public works to which the consent of users, included the cleaning of portable toilets at festivals, cleaning animal faeces in parks and otdiraniya chewing gum from sidewalks. They were included in the terms of the agreement, the ISP is Purple, which is based in Manchester.

The experiment lasted for two weeks. Purple held him to show the lack of awareness of consumers about the terms of agreement to access free Wi-Fi, which they sign.

The company offered a prize to the one who can read the terms of use Wi-Fi and will be removed from the terms and conditions checkbox, confirming their consent for public works. Of the 22 million it made only one person.




In the UK 22 thousand people, without reading it, agreed with the conditions of connection to Wi-Fi, which included public works 18.07.2017

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