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Artist takes terms and conditions from iTunes and turns them into comics with Steve Jobs

The terms and conditions of any service / app are boring texts and, for the most part, beeeeeeeeeem long. And the worst thing is that we accept all this without blinking, after all, nobody wants to stop using the service / app.

Take the do iTunes, for example. There are more than 20 thousand words in a language that is difficult to swallow and even with things that have no meaning, like this part:

Using the Licensed Application, you represent and warrant that you are not located in any such country or on any such list. You also agree that you will not use these products for any purposes prohibited by United States law, including, without limitation, the development, design, manufacture or production of weapons, missiles or nuclear chemical or biological weapons.

ITunes terms and conditions comics

Who never thought of using iTunes to develop missiles or nuclear chemical / biological weapons that throw the first stone! Would you even turn this into a comic book story, right? That's what Robert Sikoryak did.

He took that slur and brought the boring text to life, illustrating everything with different versions of Steve Jobs. There are 47 pages of very well done drawings and homage to cartoonists who gave life to characters like Tintin, Snoopy, Calvin, Garfield, SpongeBob, among many others.

ITunes terms and conditions comics

The text, however, is not an adaptation or anything. We are talking about the terms and conditions of iTunes with 100% fidelity, so as much as we have illustrations beyond pleasant, the reading is still quite boring and boring. But all this work could not go unnoticed, so go over there and see how many pages you can read.

On a related note, it?s worth going through Terms of Service; Didn?t Read before accepting the various terms of services that exist around. What this wonderful site does is to summarize these terms as much as possible by dividing them into classes (from "A" to "E"), making it clearer if you are giving your soul in exchange for such an app / service.

(via The Next Web)