Tumblr get a limited but eternal copyright license on your creations


Service: Tumblr
Status: DECLINED
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Author: import script Bot


All provisions of this Agreement that by their nature should survive termination shall survive termination, including, without limitation, ownership provisions, warranty disclaimers, and limitations of liability.
When you post something on Tumblr, others may choose to comment on it, making your content part of a social conversation in which Tumblr will never have to erase your original post, not even if you close your account.


Comments:
On 2018-01-16 15:28:07 UTC, Deleted wrote:

imported from 3jL7bhVbaag

On 2018-01-16 15:28:49 UTC, Deleted wrote:

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/tosdr/3jL7bhVbaag/oImO6Esf3K8J
>
> When you transfer Subscriber Content to Tumblr through the Services, you
> give Tumblr a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, sublicensable,
> transferable right and license to use, host, store, cache, reproduce,
> publish, display (publicly or otherwise), perform (publicly or otherwise),
> distribute, transmit, modify, adapt (including, without limitation, in
> order to conform it to the requirements of any networks, devices, services,
> or media through which the Services are available), and create derivative
> works of (including, without limitation, by Reblogging, as defined below),
> such Subscriber Content. *The rights you grant in this license are for
> the limited purpose of operating the Services in accordance with their
> functionality, improving the Services,* *and allowing Tumblr to develop
> new Services.* The reference in this license to "derivative works" is not
> intended to give Tumblr itself a right to make substantive editorial
> changes or derivations, but does enable Tumblr Subscribers to redistribute
> Subscriber Content from one Tumblr blog to another in a manner that allows
> Subscribers to, e.g., add their own text or other Content before or after
> your Subscriber Content ("*Reblogging*").

http://www.tumblr.com/policy/en/terms_of_service

This is somewhat similar to what you grant Google, with their declaration
of using your info for devices/etc in the future. I don't necessarily think
it's a horrible aspect, since they limit the license, but the development
of new Services that users can't possible be aware of is iffy. Thoughts?

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On 2019-05-12 13:35:34 UTC, jan Staff wrote:

declined: Summary does not reflect the quote.



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