Nov 15, 2023

Edpuzzle: The 100-year Old RIGHT We All Give Up When We Click AGREE

It seems a little silly to enter into so many legal contracts just to go about our daily lives. Don't you agree?

For better or for worse, end user license agreements (EULAs) are something we encounter all the time. That's why it's important for us to know what they say--and what it means once we agree to them. This video from TwoCents titled "The 100-year Old RIGHT We All Give Up When We Click AGREE" explains how these legal agreements impact both creators and consumers.

The two hosts of the Two Cents YouTube channel standing in front of a screen with multiple website buttons that read "I agree."


Interested in more Edpuzzle videos? Visit our Video Library to browse the rest!

Note: You do NOT need to create an account to ACCESS Edpuzzle videos. But if you do create free teacher and student accounts, you will then be able to capture and save student responses. For more tips and tricks on how to best implement these videos in your classroom, check out Amanda Volz's Tech Tip video. If you would like more information, visit the Edpuzzle Teacher Support page!


The NGPF Consumer Skills unit will help keep your students mindful of what they're doing when they click "agree" or "buy now."

About the Author

Ryan Wood

Ryan grew up with and maintains a love for learning. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay with a degree in Business Administration and worked in sports marketing for a number of years. After living in Texas, Colorado, Tennessee, and Minnesota, the call of education eventually brought Ryan back to his home state of Wisconsin where he was a Business and Marketing teacher for three years. In his free time he likes to spend time with his wife and daughter, play basketball, read, and go fishing. Now with NGPF, Ryan is excited to help teachers lead the most important course their students will ever take.

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