We had to do this 1L contracts law. I’m studying Canadian law, but I assume it’s largely the same in AmericaLand ©.
Rudder v Microsoft held for the proposition that even if it’s really long and you have to scroll through an enormous text box, you had a chance to read it, and ergo you agree to be bound by the terms, regardless if you read it or not.
We also looked at the rental car case where the guy signed an insurance agreement that said he wasn’t covered on private property, or if he drank ANY ALCOHOL at all. He had one beer and got in a fender bender. Tilden said he signed a contract, whether he read or understood it is immaterial. But the court decided that was such an onerous provision, they had to bring it to his attention in particular with like, a highlighter or a flag or something.
They only need to provide you the opportunity to read it (ETA: and a chance to decline the offer, by extension). Whether you read it or not is immaterial. So, that’s my roundabout way of saying, “I’m not a lawyer yet, but my guess is they’re the same thing.”