What rights do the EULAs for video-hosting sites claim?


5 Responses to “What rights do the EULAs for video-hosting sites claim?”

  1. sbroomfield says:

    With the Veeple service, the customer keeps 100% of everything they submit. All video content.

    6.3. CUSTOMER RETAINS ALL OWNERSHIP OF COPYRIGHTS OR OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS APPLICABLE TO ANY INFORMATION CUSTOMER SUBMITS TO VEEPLE, INCLUDING CUSTOMER SUBMISSIONS. Further, Veeple will not use Customer’s Submissions for marketing purposes without first receiving permission from the Customer.

  2. sandieman says:

    This is scratching the surface of video hosting.

    What about Viddler? Vimeo? Youtube?

  3. The Unusual Suspect says:

    As is the case with absurd EULAs, what I’d really like to see is a contract lawyer’s analysis of the enforceability of such “agreements”.

  4. angusm says:

    #1, if you go to the linked article, you’ll see that Vimeo and YouTube (but not Viddler) are covered.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I am surprized that the Canadian version of Flickr requires you to waive your moral rights to uploaded content.

    According to my little CARFAC book here, moral rights can not be waived or sold. am I misreading something here?


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