i own everything ©
Did you just post something online?
Then I scrolled through some photos and watched a few YouTube videos. And as I was doing this, I thought of the paperwork I hardly remember reviewing when I signed up for these services.
But what about the ‘fine print’ of User Agreements and Terms of Service?
Item #6 of YouTube’s ‘Your Content and Conduct’ states,
“As a YouTube account holder you may submit Content to the Service, including videos and user comments. You understand that YouTube does not guarantee any confidentiality with respect to any Content you submit. ”
not limited to …”
I am a reader of fine print (most of the time), so I can’t help wondering if the knowledge of this aggressive legal posturing is affecting the decisions I make about what I create, how I create, how much I post and where I post it. Is ‘posting online’ becoming just a business ?
Do you think about these things as you hit the <post> button?