Not this version.
... will be treated as non-confidential and non-proprietary and will become the property of TWC throughout the universe. (emphasis added)Throughout the universe? I pointed this out to the ever curious and master of Google-fu Mrs. Graybeard and after some amazement and puzzling over the wording, she soon showed me it's been going on for a while. In fact, they often say "throughout the universe in perpetuity".
Experts in contract drafting say lawyers are trying to ensure that with the proliferation of new outlets -- including mobile-phone screens, Twitter, online video sites and the like -- they cover all possible venues from which their clients can derive income, even those in outer space.All I can say is: across the entire universe? Did anyone get Klingon Chancellor Gowron's opinion on that?
I used to watch the Weather Channel when they gave the weather. Now that it seems to be all commercials and "special features" with only little blips of weather, why bother?ReplyDelete
So I have a brief EULA for them: I don't pay attention to you; you don't pay attention to me.
But with litigation being what it is these days, someone will decide I need to pay for the privilege of not watching...(perhaps I'm violating some company's right to revenue by avoiding advertising)
Hmmm - just like we say, "remember when MTV played music?" we'll say, "remember when the weather channel had weather?"ReplyDelete