Perrie Juran Posted October 15, 2014 Share Posted October 15, 2014 Madelaine McMasters wrote: <snip> If the license is full perm, you do have the right to take a copy out-world, but not the ability. LL is not obligated to provide that ability, they're the service provider. I think your legal beef would be with the creator of the full perm item, for not providing an out-world copy. This particular area is fuzzy to me, as I don't think there's a fully fleshed out bit of legal boilerplate to describe just what "full perm" means outside SL. Nope. 2.4 You grant certain Content licenses to other users by submitting your Content to publicly accessible areas of the Service. "You agree that by uploading, publishing, or submitting any Content to any publicly accessible areas of the Service, you hereby grant other users of that aspect of the Service a non-exclusive license to access the User Content through the Service, and to use, reproduce, distribute, prepare derivative works of, display, and perform the Content Inworld or otherwise on the Service solely as permitted by you through your interactions with the Service under these Terms of Service. This license is referred to as the "User Content License," and the Content being licensed is referred to as "User Content." "Publicly accessible" areas of the Service are those areas that are accessible to other users of that aspect of the Service." There is nothing in their that says creators grant users the right to take content out side of SL with the exception of the Snapshot and Machinama policy. To take something out you'd have to get special permission from the owner. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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