[linux-audio-user] The MySpace terms for content

Brett McCoy idragosani at chapelperilous.net
Wed May 3 15:41:17 EDT 2006

It looks like (as of May 1), that MySpace is claiming license to 
redistribute any content on their site, but the license goes away after 
you remove the content:

"By displaying or publishing ("posting") any Content, messages, text, 
files, images, photos, video, sounds, profiles, works of authorship, or 
any other materials (collectively, "Content") on or through the 
Services, you hereby grant to MySpace.com, a non-exclusive, fully-paid 
and royalty-free, worldwide license (with the right to sublicense 
through unlimited levels of sublicensees) to use, copy, modify, adapt, 
translate, publicly perform, publicly display, store, reproduce, 
transmit, and distribute such Content on and through the Services. This 
license will terminate at the time you remove such Content from the 
Services. You represent and warrant that: (i) you own the Content posted 
by you on or through the Services or otherwise have the right to grant 
the license set forth in this section, and (ii) the posting of your 
Content on or through the Services does not violate the privacy rights, 
publicity rights, copyrights, contract rights or any other rights of any 
person. You agree to pay for all royalties, fees, and any other monies 
owing any person by reason of any Content posted by you to or through 
the Services."


Brett McCoy: Programmer by Day, Guitarist by Night

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