'Accept', 'Agreed,' 'Continue,' 'Got it', 'I want a well-functioning website,' 'give me the best experiance,' 'Allow', 'I understand,' Approve', etc. all synonyms for that one first thing you have to do to get access to a website, platform, application or smart device. An average internet user accepts about 1700 privacy policies a year. These are long legal texts which would yearly take weeks of your life to read. And what difference will it make? You still have to accept to use the service. Besides the policies you actively accept, there is also the ‘trusted third party hosting network’ meaning when you accept the policy of a website, you also agree that these terms apply for their ‘trusted third party hosting network’ with that same click. This book is a collection of all the 835 policies that you accept when you click ‘agree’ on the cookie button at the dailymail.co.uk.
Are you curious who these parties are? What kinds of data they collect? How long and where they store the information? If they share these with more parties? You can figure all these intentions, in nearly one-thousand A4 pages.