Which slams websites for making users agree to small print up to 36,275 words long
Watchdog lists the worst culprits and calls for changes
A consumer watchdog has launched a scathing attack on websites which make users agree to terms and conditions that can be tens of thousands of words long.
Which? said it was 'unreasonable' to expect people to wade through pages of legal jargon, then tick a box to say they have read and understood the small print.
It has produced a list of the worse offending sites - where T&Cs, as they are known, are longer than some of Shakespeare's classics.
The terms on Apple’s iTunes page is longer than Macbeth, according to the research.
A spokesman for Which said: ‘We think it’s unreasonable to ask people to read prohibitively long T&Cs before they agree to use a service.