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Questions tagged [terms-of-service]

Terms of service govern the behavior and responsibilities of both user and operator.

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Example Terms of Service for OSS software hosted on Google platform?

I've written a relatively simple extension for Google Sheets that is open source and free, but recently Google have changed their policies and require all such extensions to include a Terms of Service....
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How do I require users to license future submissions on sign-up?

Users will submit content to my website. I want them to license that content under CC BY 4.0 when they do, otherwise they should not submit it. Thus, all user-submitted content will be released under ...
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Is it a license breach to post GPLv3 content to Facebook?

We are discussing if it would be a license breach to post / distribute GPLv3 licensed material on Facebook (of course with attribution to the origins of the material and the owner)? Some say if you ...
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How do companies spot when a person is violating their terms and conditions? [closed]

I'm a developer (startup) and I'm working in a few healthcare projects, I prefer Highcharts for data visualization. My questions are as follows: 1. Why does one purchase a license when one can use ...
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Do Stack Exchange’s ToS mean that the user-generated content is double-licensed to them?

In the ToS of Stack Exchange sites, under the section Subscriber Content, the first sentence states that my submitted content is licensed (to Stack Exchange) under CC BY-SA 3.0: You agree that all ...
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How does GitHub's “forking right” cope with an “All rights reserved” project?

The GitHub FAQ states (emphasis mine): You're under no obligation to choose a license. It's your right not to include one with your code or project, but please be aware of the implications. ...