There is an elephant in the room to address here: Understanding data privacy is fundamentally boring, if not unintelligible, to a regular user.
Privacy policies are the backbone of understanding data rights. They’re also legalese-packed documents that are thousands of words long and describe an infrastructure of data movement that many companies can’t keep track of themselves. To not read them is a basic, wholly understandable human aversion toward ennui.
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