Social media is undeniably a significant part of young peoples’ lives, whether they use it as a source of information or as a place to connect with others around the globe. But, when they fill in their details and join a new platform, do they actually know what they are signing up to? As adults are notoriously bad at reading the terms and conditions, can we really expect young people to be trawling though jargon-filled fine print?
That’s where we step in. Borne of out this idea, the Children’s Commissioner and specialist lawyers at Schillings have worked together to create student-friendly versions of the terms and conditions of five major social media sites