Coder Merlin:Copyrights

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Content Supplied by You[edit]

Human Readable[edit]

Human-readable summary of this section: We do not take any ownership of your content when you post it on our sites. If you post content you own, you agree it can be used under the terms of CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 or any future version of that license. If you do not own the content, then you should not post it unless it is in the public domain or licensed CC BY 4.0, except that you may also post pictures and videos if you are authorized to use them under law (e.g., fair use) or if they are available under any CC license. You must note that information on the file when you upload it. You are responsible for any content you upload to our sites.

Your responsibility[edit]

You represent, warrant, and agree that no Content posted or otherwise shared by you on or through any of the Services (“Your Content”), violates or infringes upon the rights of any third party, including copyright, trademark, privacy, publicity, or other personal or proprietary rights, breaches or conflicts with any obligation, such as a confidentiality obligation, or contains libelous, defamatory, or otherwise unlawful material.

Licensing Your Content[edit]

You retain any copyright that you may have in Your Content. You hereby agree that Your Content:

  • (a) is hereby licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International Public License and may be used under the terms of that license or any later version of that License, or
  • (b) is in the public domain (such as Content that is not copyrightable or Content you make available under CC0), or
  • (c) if not owned by you,
    • (i) is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License or
    • (ii) is a media file that is available under any Creative Commons license or that you are authorized by law to post or share through any of the Services, such as under the fair use doctrine, and that is prominently marked as being subject to third party copyright.

All of Your Content must be appropriately marked with licensing (or other permission status such as fair use) and attribution information.

Removal[edit]

 Coder Merlin™  may, but is not obligated to, review Your Content and may delete or remove Your Content (without notice) from any of the Services in its sole discretion. Removal of any of Your Content from the Services (by you or Creative Commons) does not impact any rights you granted in Your Content under the terms of a Creative Commons license.