You have probably done it countless times when registering on websites and social networks, although in those cases you could have seen the terms of the contract you are signing.
If you are one of the few who has at least tried to read them, you will have noticed that they are considerably long.
In 2012, the British consumer association Which? he got to the job of measuring texts and found that, for example, Paypal’s had 36,275 words, 6,209 more than William Shakespeare’s «Hamlet.» Apple iTunes, with 19,972, beat «Macbeth» by 1,862 words.
To get an idea of what this means, two researchers from the American University Carnegie Mellon made a calculation of how long it would take for an individual to read all of the online contracts that would correspond to him.