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But what the heck does it all mean? Does PayPal now own our souls?

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Their lawyers have absolutely huge imagination... Whatta nonsense.

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So what exactly does this first line mean?...."When providing us with content or posting content (in each case for publication, whether on- or off-line) using the Services,"

 

If we just use PayPal to send and receive payments then we're not providing any content; or, are we?

 

Puzzled.... :huh:

 

Phil

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bit confusing i only just woke up

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Is this something we need to worry about?

 

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I'll wait to see the comments of others who really are lawyers . . . I will never knowingly give a site like r** **e creations the benefit of one single page view by my hand . . . and I'd counsel extreme caution toward any analysis appearing on a website that in the past has published such brilliant articles as the one which championed sea salt and baking soda as the best, all-natural remedy for curing cancer and radiation sickness.

 

Each to his / her own of course . . .

 

dd

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http://www.thelawtog.com/what-do-paypals-proposed-terms-changes-mean-to-photographers/

 

Some explanation from the very helpful Rachel Brenke. It is not as bad as you may think.

 

Thanks for the link. It's still all a bit confusing, but I never thought PayPal was really my pal anyway.

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Inserted link but realised it was already submitted. 

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So, what is PayPal up to? As pointed out, we aren't really supplying them with any "content," just letting them manage our hard-earned.

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So, what is PayPal up to? As pointed out, we aren't really supplying them with any "content," just letting them manage our hard-earned.

 

The way I read it... its for cases for example where a company uploads their logo to a Paypal service.A bit like you may use the paypal logo on your website.

 

 

So they are just covering their backsides with legalese, so to speak.

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