The copyright license that users grant this service is limited to the parties that make up the service's broader platform.


Service: Vimeo
Status: draft
Changes: 5
Source: link
Author: Vincent (Mr. 404)


By submitting a video, you grant Vimeo and its affiliates a limited, worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free license and right to copy, transmit, distribute, publicly perform and display (through all media now known or hereafter created), and make derivative works from your video for the purpose of (i) displaying the video within the Vimeo Service. (ii) displaying the video on third party websites and applications through a video embed or Vimeo's API subject to your video privacy choices. (iii) allowing other users to play, download, and embed on third party websites the video, subject to your video privacy choices. (iv) promoting the Vimeo Service, provided that you have made the video publicly available. and (v) archiving or preserving the video for disputes, legal proceedings, or investigations.
Vimeo: copyright license granted to them


Comments:
On 2018-05-15 09:12:06 UTC, someone wrote:

imported from 3G0QEjrYHb0

On 2018-05-23 12:40:52 UTC, someone wrote:

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/tosdr/3G0QEjrYHb0/-ZNcNZt1DxIJ http://vimeo.com/terms

By submitting a video, you grant Vimeo and its affiliates a
limited, worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free license and
right to copy, transmit, distribute, publicly perform and
display (through all media now known or hereafter created),
and make derivative works from your video for the purpose of
(i) displaying the video within the Vimeo Service; (ii)
displaying the video on third party websites and applications
through a video embed or Vimeo's API subject to your video
privacy choices; (iii) allowing other users to play,
download, and embed on third party websites the video,
subject to your video privacy choices; (iii) promoting the
Vimeo Service, provided that you have made the video publicly
available; and (iv) archiving or preserving the video for
disputes, legal proceedings, or investigations.

Let me again show YouTube's:

by submitting Content to YouTube, you hereby grant YouTube a
worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free, sublicenseable and
transferable license to use, reproduce, distribute, prepare
derivative works of, display, and perform the Content in
connection with the Service and YouTube's (and its successors'
and affiliates') business, including without limitation for
promoting and redistributing part or all of the Service (and
derivative works thereof) in any media formats and through any
media channels. You also hereby grant each user of the Service
a non-exclusive license to access your Content through the
Service, and to use, reproduce, distribute, display and
perform such Content as permitted through the functionality of
the Service and under these Terms of Service.

There are 2 major differences:

- Vimeo's license is not transferable, nor sublicensable
- Vimeo's license is limited for the purposes set in the license
explicitly

You will probably realise that Vimeo also wants the license for
their affiliates and they also want to use your videos to promote
their service. But as long as it's clear, I don't see anything
wrong with that.

I consider this license to be okay, especially in light of many
other copyright practices out there.

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On 2018-08-30 08:43:03 UTC, import script wrote:

scripted message: please link to a quote

On 2018-09-13 09:38:05 UTC, import script wrote:

scripted message: moving this point to Vincent

On 2019-06-23 17:42:50 UTC, jessew wrote:

approved: without comment



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Version 3: 2018-09-13 10:25:14 UTC by Vincent (Mr. 404)

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Version 4: 2018-09-13 10:24:11 UTC by Vincent (Mr. 404)

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Version 5: 2018-05-15 09:12:06 UTC by someone

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Updated Analysis: Vimeo: copyright license granted to them

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Updated Status: pending