Here's another reputational rankings initiative, about something we all encounter whenever we use a new service on the web.
According to Terms of Service; Didn't Read (TOS;DR),
We are a user rights initiative to rate and label website terms & privacy policies, from very good Class A to very bad Class E
They've got a bit of press, such as on Lifehacker Australia and this one by Jason Gilbert on Huffington Post 10 August 2012, ToS;DR Explains Those Ridiculous Terms Of Service You Agreed To
Quick: If the government asks Facebook for information from your account, does Facebook have to inform you of the request? If you delete your Twitter account, does Twitter still own the content of your tweets? Can Google appropriate your content for use on its other services without notifying you or asking your permission?
You probably don't know the answer to these three questions off the top of your head, but you did claim to know the answers when you agreed to the respective Terms of Service (ToS) agreements upon signing up for these three popular websites. Facebook doesn't have to inform you of government requests; Twitter will own your tweets after you deactivate; Google can use any of your content; and you signed off on all three by consenting to the ToS.
The article also gets to the main point: