Easy to read, because there are none? :) Maybe we should create a separate case for when a service has no terms to read at all, what do you think?
That's a good idea. Static web sites that just provide information without any form of registration could simply be labeled as such, and practically all other questions become meaningless. I mean, the site I was talking about, helloworldcollection.de, is plain old static HTML, no cookies, no ads, tracking networks, no active content of any kind, and thus doesn't need any terms of service because it actually isn't a service at all. Still, the Duck Duck Go plugin rates it "B" because of "unknown privacy practices" according to TOS;DR. Would be great if we could just say "ok, no privacy practices required".
There's now a terms-of-service section at the end of the page. It's three lines and pretty plain. Quoting: "The Hello World Collection is a static page with no active contents. It doesn't have any scripts, cookies, ads, trackers, Facebook links, or anything else that might poke around in your private parts. You don't have to log in, register, pay, or sell your soul in order to use it. Just browse it, read it as long as you wish, leave when you're done. Feel free to send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org."
verified, current DDG Privacy Essentials extension rating of C+ verified
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