Agreeing to crucial “terms and conditions” without reading them
With most of the services we use today there will be a long (yet very small) list of statements that we are agreeing to meet before using such a service. These terms and conditions are very rarely read, due to their length and the time it would take, but how do you know what you are actually signing up to? You’d expect a competent person to be more diligent!
To highlight this fact, experiments have shown that people still blindly click that green ‘I Agree’ button even when statements such as ‘agree to clean toilets for 41.7 days’, ‘scrape gum off of sidewalks’, and ‘hug stray pets’. are buried in the T&C’s!