How often did you check the "OK" box without reading a lengthy text about some of the terms and conditions of using the software, application, or website? Sure, almost always.
Users and owners of IT products often underestimate the importance of such rules and do not even know what they are called "public offer". The latter is designed to regulate the activity of users of information by obtaining agreement with the rules of its owner or developer, to protect the interests of the latter in real time and in the future.
Alexey Grachev, lawyer of Dynasty Law & Investment