When and how do the terms and conditions change? We know it! :D | The Tracker of Terms and Conditions is born


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In September of 2015, Terms and Conditions debuted its new logo and a new initiative, a Legal LAB. Well then, after some hard work, the first fruit of the LAB is here, the Tracker of Terms and Conditions.


A big evolution of the previous and more primitive version that I’ve been using for the last two years as a “handmade” way to track when and how the terms and conditions change.

The new tracker is an active surveillance tool that almost in real time tracks and monitors what service has changed its terms and conditions, when has that change happened, what document changed, the percentage of text that was modified and how did it change relative to the previous version of the document.


From the Terms and Conditions “Legal LAB”, the creators of the Tracker of Terms and Conditions are: Jorge Morell Ramos, this humble servant :p, and Alberto de Rodrigo Aparicio, a developer obsessed with the idea to make the most out of the legal engineering. For more information.

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Hello world, I start a new adventure

The goal of this new initiative is to analyze and comment the huge amount of pages from the terms and conditions that invade our digital life and that we accept without much hesitation.

The idea has been around for quite some time now, but I wasn’t doing much with it. The subject has always interested me but I couldn’t find a good website about it in Spanish, or even in English. Beyond the major cases that happen from time to time, I was looking for one site exclusively devoted to analyze the terms and conditions of the digital services and products that we use. Because let’s not fool ourselves, the world of the terms and conditions stands for way more than Facebook, Google or Twitter.

Then some few weeks ago I read something that made my mind up. According to this, we would need 76 work days to read all the privacy policies that we blindly accept during a year. “Nonsense!”, I thought.

Well then, let’s see if we can help to reduce that period a little bit, and at the same time we improve the security and visibility of the terms and conditions that we accept.

I know that there will be days where I’ll feel like giving up. I know that I’ll have to invest quite some time reading and looking up for information, but I think that in the end it’ll be positive because I’ll have to explore new subjects and go over the ones that got rusty.

Needless to say that my goal is not to analyze the terms and conditions of the usual services, although that will happen too. The idea is to review the usually unknown ones that nevertheless are used by millions of users every day.

See you soon, then! :-)