Who reads the “Terms and Conditions” ?

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - I never read all of the terms and conditions when they arrive in the mail.  I'm not alone.

In a recent experiment, some Wi-Fi users were in such a hurry they agreed to some pretty bizarre terms and conditions.  They obviously didn't read all the fine print because in some cases they agreed to give up their 1st born child in exchange for using free Wi-Fi. Thankfully it was just an experiment, but there are plenty of ways a long list of terms and conditions could be a trap.

There should be a terms and conditions page limit.  37 pages is too long for me. I'm JB and that's the way it oughta be.