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03/13/2005 Archived Entry: "AOL AIM users give up all privacy"
NEW AOL AIM USERS "AGREE" TO THIS.
"You waive any right to privacy. You waive any right to inspect or approve uses of the content or to be compensated for any such uses," according to the AIM terms-of-service.
Although the user will retain ownership of the content passed through the AIM network, the terms give AOL ownership of "all right, title and interest in any compilation, collective work or other derivative work created by AOL using or incorporating this [user] content.
"In addition, by posting content on an AIM Product, you grant AOL, its parent, affiliates, subsidiaries, assigns, agents and licensees the irrevocable, perpetual, worldwide right to reproduce, display, perform, distribute, adapt and promote this content in any medium," it added.
Isn't is heartwarming to be considered such a
valuable piece of chattel valued customer?
Posted by Claire @ 07:04 PM CST