When Bob visits a website and reads a page, does he implicitly agree to the website’s Terms of Service?
The ToS are linked from each page (e.g., in the footer), and they say something like "By using or accessing the Service, you agree to …".
Bob has no user account on this site.
Bob just reads (no content submission, no product ordering, no file download).
Bob is from Germany.
What I found
From my understanding, that would be a browse wrap, but the Wikipedia articles makes no statement about the German jurisdiction.
The question What are the legal requirements for displaying a Terms & Conditions link on a website? is about Australia, and seems to focus on how the link must be presented.
The questions Website Registration Terms Agreement - Implicit With a Blurb or Need Checkbox? and How prominent must terms of service be? do not mention a jurisdiction.
One answer to the question What if the user disagreed with the Terms of Service, but still registered on a website? says that one usually agrees implicitly, another answer says that it might be unenforceable if it’s just a link among others, but the question does not seem to be specific to a jurisdiction.