Star Trek fans know that there was a second, unaired pilot episode of Where No Man has Gone Before
. That version has been found
by a collector in Germany, and is going to be released.
posted by pjern
on Nov 15, 2009 -
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
on Jun 4, 2003 -
Do you use Hotmail for email? If so, it looks like Microsoft owns all your messages
and can reprint or repurpose them however they like. I'd assume the ToS
could be extended to cover any content on a passport-using website as well. Scary stuff, considering all the Hailstorm services on the way...
posted by mathowie
on Apr 3, 2001 -