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 warrant that no other party has rights to the Information and that your transmission, posting, uploading or submission of the Information to Verizon Broadband Sites does not violate any copyright or other laws; and (c) irrevocably grant Verizon Broadband, a worldwide, royalty free, non-exclusive perpetual, worldwide license to use, display, perform, distribute, modify, reproduce and publish the Information in any form anywhere.

 

I was thinking I'd take advantage of the "free" website to showcase some of my photos etc... but in reading the terms of service which "May be modified" at any time without notice... why doesn't Verizon just skip all the legalese and say - we are always right - you can never sue us or gain anything ever - no matter what we do. And if you upload a picture then we can do whatever we want with it. Oh I know - we are suppose to trust the phone company. LOL > NOT!

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