“Content” means avatars, blogs, comments, compliments, criticisms, discussions, forums, images, observations, opinions, pictures, rankings, recommendations, responses, testimonials, text, videos.
“Disseminate” means any form of communication by any means howsoever through any medium, including, without limitation, email, uploading, downloading, posting, listing, posting hyperlinks to, chatting, book-marking, social network sharing (including via Facebook, Twitter, and the like), transmitting, publishing.
From time to time you might be entitled to create and upload Content to be stored on the Anaconda website provided that:
- The Content will be your original work.
- You will not copy, plagiarise, reproduce or otherwise Disseminate the work of any other person.
- The Content will not infringe the intellectual property rights of any third party.
- The Content is uploaded or connected in accordance with our instructions from time to time, including via the use of other services and technologies, including YouTube and
- You adhere to these Terms.
You grant Anaconda the non-exclusive, transferable, sub-licensable, perpetual, irrevocable, royalty free, worldwide right to Disseminate, reproduce, edit, modify, distribute, display and delete such Content (in whole or in part) via the Anaconda website or via such other medium or channel as determined by Anaconda from time to time.
You consent to other Anaconda website users accessing, using and viewing the Content.
You will at all relevant times remain the exclusive owner of the Content that you create and upload to the Anaconda website.
Anaconda has the unfettered right at any time to temporarily or permanently remove your Content, in part or full.
You waive the following Moral Right’s in respect of the Content that you create and upload:
- The right to attribution of authorship as defined in the Copyright Act 1968, and
- The right of integrity of authorship as defined in the Copyright Act 1968, and
- The right not to have the work subjected to derogatory treatment as defined in the Copyright Act 1968.
This section headed “Content” survives the termination of these Terms.