Telling Facebook you’ve changed your phone number – the weird T&Cs you’ve unwittingly signed up to | Technology | The Guardian

Person using Snapchat App on the iPhone who almost certainly hasn’t read the terms and conditions. Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo

 

The Children’s commissioner has warned that children as young as eight are signing up to social media terms and conditions without reading or understanding the agreements they are entering.

Let’s be honest, that probably goes for a lot of adults too – and most of these lengthy legal documents that we never bother to read include some rather unexpected clauses. Here are some of the more wide-reaching and most bizarre.

Facebook obtains the permission to use any of your public posts, photographs or videos for anything, anywhere in the world, without paying you – and to sell them to others to do the same. You also agree to your name, your picture, and your content appearing in connection with commercial, sponsored, or related content.

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