“Terms and Conditions May Apply,” is a film making its debut at the Sundance Film Festival. Directed by Cullen Hoback the movie examines how tech companies, like Google and Facebook, have evolved their terms and conditions over the course of the last thirteen years. Unfortunately, Hoback believes the changes have come at the expense of users with privacy policies becoming more and more broad due to both government requirements and advertisers. Hoback takes a particularly hard dig at Google, telling CNET, ” “I think it really does show their initial value set. They really did care in the beginning quite a lot about privacy. But when your profit margins come in direct opposition to your principles, sometimes those principles suffer.” [Source: CNET]