We hear a lot about privacy issues with various online apps and services. But these problems start the moment you sign up and, most likely, ignore the privacy policies. Because if you read them, you’d probably be screaming at your phone or computer.
Below, you can see what VPNoverreview determined regarding their privacy policies, looking specifically at overall readability (the lower the score, the harder to read) as well as the overall reading time required. This chart only covers the worst offenders. (Find a fully interactive chart and access the data list at VPN Overview(Opens in a new window).)
Of course, even this graph is difficult to interpret, so the infographic below breaks down the 20 privacy policies it found to be the worst, including Disney+, Instagram and betting app Coral.
Other vendors in the top 20 with bad privacy policies include big names like Zoom, Wikipedia, Uber Eats, Netflix, Microsoft, Slack, Spotify, Nintendo, and Yahoo.
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