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Should I use first-person (I) or second-person (you) for ToS consent?
This is a bit of a nagging question for me. Let's say I'm creating a web application that allows users to sign up for some service, subject to certain terms of service. I've seen some sites use first-person pronouns for this purpose:
By registering, I agree to the terms of service.
Others use second-person pronouns:
By registering, you agree to the terms of service.
For simplicity, let's assume that the terms are readily viewable and fully enforceable. Is there any significant legal difference between the two?