I think we need to legislate that ALL legal TOS and the like be written in this type of CLEAR and concise and easily understandable verbiage.
There's no excuse for the common man to be held to agreements signed that no one but a lawyer can understand.
If the general public is to be held to these agreements, they must be required to be written in terms that at least a 15 year old can understand.
I know, I know, that's STILL above the heads of the average person by a long shot, but at least it is shooting at a reasonable level for public acceptance.
It's already enforced in this way for consent to a medical procedure or in academic research. Consent is not considered valid unless the subject understands what they are agreeing to. The frustrating thing for academic researchers is that we have to abide by these standards whereas commercial firms can write garbage in legalese and then do what they like..
Replying to myself - I guess that's the difference between 'consent' and 'informed consent'.