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Wylted
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7/3/2017 5:24:52 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
There are a number of people, considering transferring their debates to another website. What many of you do not know is that you are in violation of copyright law if you do so. According to the Debate.org terms of service http://www.debate.org...

"All material you post on Debate.org, including debate arguments, comments, forums, profiles, pictures, and messages becomes the property of Debate.org, and you waive all claims of ownership for said property."


This is the last sentence on the Proprietary Rights section of the Terms of Use.

If anyone does post content now owned by Juggle, onto another website or try to create any type of intellectual property from it, I will make it my mission in life to get a hold of the Juggle legal team to ensure each individual responsible is presented with not only a seize and desist letter, but also a lawsuit should they continue breaking the law, and the contract they agreed to when signing up for the website.

Have a good day.
Emilrose
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7/3/2017 9:16:22 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 7/3/2017 5:24:52 PM, Wylted wrote:
There are a number of people, considering transferring their debates to another website. What many of you do not know is that you are in violation of copyright law if you do so. According to the Debate.org terms of service http://www.debate.org...

"All material you post on Debate.org, including debate arguments, comments, forums, profiles, pictures, and messages becomes the property of Debate.org, and you waive all claims of ownership for said property."


This is the last sentence on the Proprietary Rights section of the Terms of Use.

If anyone does post content now owned by Juggle, onto another website or try to create any type of intellectual property from it, I will make it my mission in life to get a hold of the Juggle legal team to ensure each individual responsible is presented with not only a seize and desist letter, but also a lawsuit should they continue breaking the law, and the contract they agreed to when signing up for the website.

I have decided not to transfer any stats or debates, but why would you actually make that your 'mission'? I mean it has literally zero effect on you whether people transfer their debates or not.

Have a good day.
philochristos
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7/3/2017 11:50:01 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 7/3/2017 9:16:22 PM, Emilrose wrote:
At 7/3/2017 5:24:52 PM, Wylted wrote:
There are a number of people, considering transferring their debates to another website. What many of you do not know is that you are in violation of copyright law if you do so. According to the Debate.org terms of service http://www.debate.org...

"All material you post on Debate.org, including debate arguments, comments, forums, profiles, pictures, and messages becomes the property of Debate.org, and you waive all claims of ownership for said property."


This is the last sentence on the Proprietary Rights section of the Terms of Use.

If anyone does post content now owned by Juggle, onto another website or try to create any type of intellectual property from it, I will make it my mission in life to get a hold of the Juggle legal team to ensure each individual responsible is presented with not only a seize and desist letter, but also a lawsuit should they continue breaking the law, and the contract they agreed to when signing up for the website.

I have decided not to transfer any stats or debates, but why would you actually make that your 'mission'? I mean it has literally zero effect on you whether people transfer their debates or not.

He's just being silly.
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