Aint nobody got time for that. When I see all that fine print, I basically think it says "this product is pretty crappy and if you need service we probably won't be available and even if we are, we'll make it so cumbersome to get to us, you'll give up before we have to do anything."
Ever wonder if it's getting worse? Yes. For example, the first general-purpose credit card in 1959 had a half-page contract. Today, some credit card contracts are six pages of small type and all of it is one-sided in favor of the company. So if anything goes wrong, you will discover you are powerless.
In the new world, there will be no "fine print", just regular print containing...
AND SO IT SHALL BE WRITTEN!