When the services we use every day change their rules, we should be the first ones to know.

Open Terms Archive records every change to the terms of digital services. Our community analyses these changes, shifting the power balance against big tech.

How it works

1. Identification

The contractual documents of an online service are listed for tracking by volunteer contributors.

2. Archival

Several times a day, our robots download and publicly archive the listed documents.

3. Detection

When changes are spotted, they are recorded and exposed.

4. Publishing

All recorded versions are published in easy-to-analyse datasets.

We create partnerships to cover different industries, languages and jurisdictions

Contrib

Services
285
Documents
624
Languages
English, French
Jurisdictions
European Union, United States

France

Services
105
Documents
213
Language
French
Jurisdiction
France
UFC Que ChoisirAmbassadeur français pour le numérique

France Élections

Most used social media in France that could have a systemic impact on the 2022 elections
Services
5
Documents
65
Language
French
Jurisdiction
France
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Dating

Online dating
Services
25
Documents
65
Language
English
Jurisdictions
European Union, Switzerland
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Discover interesting changes

We regularly tweet changes to documents worth having a look at.

Reuses

The Open Terms Archive community builds tools to shift the power balance against big tech.

Follow the evolutions of Open Terms Archive

No terms changes, only news about the product and its partners! Two emails a month at most, often less than that.

Contributive Digital Common

Open Terms Archive is free and open source software. Any entity can reuse and build upon it, as long as it shares its improvements with the community. The product is built collaboratively by all those who use and contribute to it.