When you upload your content to Steam to make it available to other users and/or to Valve, you grant Valve and its affiliates the worldwide, non-exclusive, right to use, reproduce, modify, create derivative works from, distribute, transmit, transcode, translate, broadcast, and otherwise communicate, and publicly display and publicly perform, your User Generated Content, and derivative works of your User Generated Content, for the purpose of the operation, distribution and promotion of the Steam service, Steam games or other Steam offerings
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The license they get is limited to the scope of offering the service
declined: The case says "and not third parties", but the quote says "you grant Valve and its affiliates", emphasis on "its affiliates".
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Previous Status: PENDING
Updated Status: DECLINED
Previous Title: unlimited use license on all user generated content
Updated Title: The copyright license that users grant to the service is limited for the purposes of that same service, and not third parties.
Previous Analysis: Valve has an unlimited use license on all user generated content without need for attribution. This survives termination of the agreement. Sounds pretty much the same as Facebook.
Previous Status: APPROVED
Updated Status: PENDING