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If you’re the type of photographer who’s wary of the rights you sign away when using most photo-sharing services, you might want to avoid having your photos handled by Walmart Canada’s Photo Centre. Reddit user Plerophoria noticed the following section in the service’s Terms and Conditions:
You grant to Walmart Canada Corp. a non-exclusive, royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, unrestricted, world-wide right and license to access, use, copy, reproduce, distribute, transmit, display, perform, communicate to the public, modify, adapt, publish, translate, create derivative works fr
Originally posted by Carreau
Why do several members such as yourself split an opening post of a thread into 2 posts that easily could fit into 1 post?
Originally posted by Spookycolt
Sorry but I have a hard time feeling sorry for people to lazy to read fine print, especially when its something they may really be concerned about such as this.
Takes 20 seconds to scan the document and see what it says. If someone has an issue with what Wal-mart does simply go somewhere else. If you are easily fooled by something like fine print you kinda deserve it.