CafePress goes copyright crazy
June 4, 2003 3:40 PM Subscribe
New user agreement means customers lose copyright.
CafePress has long been the independent's way of printing up a few pithy slogans, or customizing small orders
of apparel. But the new TOS now assigns exclusive, royalty-free rights to publish, display and gain trademark registration for the customers items. (Oh, they also now charge a 5% fee out of your commission and are "withholding fees for taxes" and oh, did I mention the new $25.00 a month "administrative fee"
?) Have they just shot their business model in the foot?
posted by dejah420 (27 comments total)
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