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2-16-2008 @ 7:37PM
Hi JM. So can you tell me why the terms were so abusive in the past, even if they're being changed now? According to the forum thread, at some point in '07 Curse was even reserving the right to *sell* people's mods without their permission! You must agree that's not very nice.It is not my intention to flame anybody. Sure, I have favorite sites. And yes, my posts are based on my own opinions. But if Wowhead or anyone else did something I found highly questionable, I would certainly post about it. It's not my fault that these two recent controversies have centered around Curse sites.Finally, you say the terms were already changed, but this is still in there: "you grant Curse, Inc. a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free license to use, reproduce, distribute, display and perform such content on Curse Website (or its successors and affiliates)", and it goes on in this manner. Care to comment?
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