Let’s find the repeated phrases in the contracts between you and the big software companies, aka end user agreements.
I looked at phrase of just two words, and discounting phrases with no content like “, and”.
Amazon is repetitious with 77 repeats. Apple seems more one point with the specific phrase “iOS system”.
I looked at the longest repeated phrases. They all only occur with count 2, so I’ll leave them out.
|Amazon||that third party’s intellectual property rights, and will pay the amount of any adverse final judgment or settlement.|
|Apple||you agree and consent to Apple’s and its subsidiaries’ and agents’ transmission, collection, maintenance, processing, and use of|
|help you find and connect with people, groups, businesses, organizations, and others that|
|will apply to such disputes related to these terms. Otherwise,|
Amazon is repeating a threat of a fine. Apple is repeating your widespread agreement. Facebook is repeating the business slogan of connecting people. Google, in a matter of fact way, is repeating how to settle disputes. I suspect that these repeats show the general mindset.
I looked at the number of times the company name is repeated.
Amazon is efficient with the fewest repeats. Apple is crazy with much high repeat counts. Facebook and Google are middle of the road.