The Electronic Frontier Foundation released Thursday a so-called “terms of service” tracker instantly chronicling changes to how some of the biggest names in the internet “interact with you and use your personal information.”
The TOSBack.org site was, in part, an outgrowth of Facebook’s change in its service agreement in February that seemingly allowed the company to use its members’ content forever. Facebook changed its terms after an internet revolution of sorts.
The new tracker, chronicling 44 internet companies, shows terms of service agreements side by side with older and new versions, and highlights what is new.
The companies include Facebook, Google,Wordpress, Data.gov, YouTube, Apple, GoDaddy and, among others, eBay.
cource by David Kravets