Even poor people who couldn't read or write, when made aware of what they were consenting to, cared deeply about it
Remember that time you checked a consent box in a rush to buy groceries on an app? Or when you signed up to chat with your friends for “free"? Perhaps you hesitated to accept all the terms on a loan application. Consider the number of times you checked that box, because too much hung in the bargain if you didn’t—that bag of groceries, the chat with your friends, your new dream house. Did you read the fine print? Perhaps you did.