- I don't know any people who read TOS.
- I don't know any people who know people who read TOS.
- The only people I know who do read TOS are people on the internet, lawyers and the like.
- Quote from news "PayPal agreement is longer than Hamlet".
- TOS printed is often more than 20 pages / 36,275 words.
- Even if most people were to read TOS, they wouldn't have the legal skills to make an educated decision.
- For most it's just "whatever, click, yes, let me proceed".
- For many/most people engaging a lawyer which they can held liable in case of misinformation to analyze the TOS for them is unaffordable as well. At least when using as much services as a usual person does.
Because of any or multiple above (or other) arguments...
Has ever been the argument made in court that it unreasonable to expect people read through the legal jargon and therefore render the TOS invalid in part or entirely?