U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, (D-Minn.) has introduced the Social Media Privacy Protection and Consumer Rights Act.

“Among other things, it requires, social media, search, and other data-centric companies handle user data to give consumers a way to opt out of data collection. This could be as straightforward as someone declining the terms of service. If a person does opt out, the bill says companies are free to deny users access.”

The bill also has requirements regard the UX of terms of use and privacy notices: terms of service must be in a form that is “easily accessible, of reasonable length… and uses language that is clear, concise, and well organized and follows other best practices appropriate to the subject and intended audience.”

Details in Ars Technica.