Key English State
components.servicegrid.no_service.title No matching services
components.servicegrid.service.button.allpoints.text View All Points on Phoenix! Open case page
components.servicegrid.service.button.documents.text View Documents
components.servicegrid.service.button.expand.text Help expanding this list
views.frontpage.call_to_action.install See ratings directly when you browse.
components.servicegrid.service.button.service.text Visit Service
downloads_jumbotron_paragraph_1 Install the browser extensions to get instant information about the terms and privacy policies of websites you browse! This page does not exist on ToS;DR, are you sure you entered it correctly? Page not found
errors.404.service Service not found
universe.switched Universe Successfully switched, please reload the page for changes to take effect!
embed.powered_by Privacy Grades Powered By
experiment.optin WARNING! You have manually joined an experiment. To opt out again <a href="{{ optout }}">Click here</a>.<br>Changes take effect after a page reload.<br><br>The Experiment will last 1 Week.
experiment.optout You have manually left an experiment. Changes take effect after a page reload.<br>You won't be assigned another experiment automatically until the 1 Week cooldown is over. Failed to switch the universe, you do not have enough permissions!
views.about.featured.text Extension for your browser
views.about.jumbotron.text.1 “Terms of Service; Didn't Read” (short: ToS;DR) is a young project started in June 2012 to help fix the “biggest lie on the web”: almost no one really reads the terms of service we agree to all the time.
views.about.jumbotron.text.2 <strong>Background.</strong> The rough idea behind ToS;DR emerged during the <a href=";DR">2011 Chaos Communication Camp</a> near Berlin, with people from <a href="">Unhosted</a> a movement to create web apps that give users control over their valuable user data and privacy. In the summer of 2012, <a href="">Hugo Roy</a> (<a href="">@hugoroyd</a>) started the legal analysis and brought the project to life. Since then, more people have joined the team and have contributed through the reviewer community. Ultimately, all the work is transparent and the discussions happen in public. Our work is <a href="thanks">funded</a> by non-profits organisations and individual donations and gets released as <a href="">free software</a> and open data.
views.about.jumbotron.text.3 Please bear in mind that the project is still in the early phase and that most data is subject to important changes. More information about <a href="classification">our classification</a>.