Yes social networks terms and conditions are a concern, but let's unpack this for a second.

We have terms and conditions for using washing machines and televisions but nobody complains about them.

The real issue is the etiquette of using social networks.  Children should be offered that chance of learning what is good and bad practice.

After all, televisions and washing machines all have terms and conditions that we never read, but nobody is complaining about those.

Let us not forget that the BBC is a competitor to social networks and has a vested interest to stand at the side and throw stones.  Is this investigative journalism or a cynical snipe at a competitor?