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Be sure to read Chrome's fine print

burnitdown (1076427) writes | more than 5 years ago

Privacy 1

Anti-Globalism writes "2. Although you retain any copyrights to content you own and use in the browser, Google says it has a right to display some of your content, in conjunction with promoting its services. Here's their exact wording."
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Thats some serious lawyerspeak there (1)

awrowe (1110817) | more than 5 years ago | (#24864875)

So who owns the post I put on my website, using chrome?

From looking at the first part, it would seem I do. But looking at the second part, google is laying claim to whichever part they like the most so they can display it.

If thats the case, what happens when terrorists use it? Does google own a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide and royalty free licence to the emails planning another bomb?

GROKLAW! HELP!

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