User Generated Content Agreement

If you send a direct message to a user on Twitter to request the use of their photo and the user answers “yes” to signal their consent, you do not know to what extent the UGC can be used. For example, if you obtained consent on Instagram, can you post the UGC on Twitter? Can you use UGC in your general marketing materials? Can you share it with other partners or licensees? In light of the foregoing, that MGTO authorizes you to transmit to MGTO your content, including, but not limited to, images, text and videos (the “User Produced Content” or “UGC”) and agree that 1) UGC`s filing via MGTO`s website, mobile applications, social media pages or other related services (the “Services”) and/or 2) by responding to our request for permission through the hashtag #YesMacao, They are bound by this Agreement and MGTO`s Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. If you do not agree with all the terms of this Agreement, do not communicate uGC or respond to our request for authorization. If you are performing this agreement on behalf of an organization, you represent that you have the authority to do so. 5.2. Right of modification. Emlid reserves the right to modify this Agreement at any time without notice (“Updated Agreement”). You agree that we may notify you of the updated Agreement by posting it in the Services so that it can be accessed via a link in the Services, and that your use of the Services after the posting of the updated Agreement (or participation in other conduct that we may reasonably indicate) is your consent to the updated Agreement. Therefore, you should check this agreement regularly and frequently. The updated agreement shall enter into force from the date on which Emlid publishes it in the services or at a later date indicated therein.

Before removing something or blocking a user, it is always possible that other users will see the offensive material. Google Play has a long developer policy that reads like simple terms and conditions. It provides a long list of restricted categories of content, including sexually explicit, risk to children, violence, harassment and abuse, hate speech, and promotion of illegal activities. Since it is technologically impossible to monitor all user-produced content, the least you can do is simplify reporting for users. 3.2. UGC License. As soon as the USER allows us to use the user-generated content by giving us his consent, the user irrevocably grants the licensees the non-exclusive, assigned, licensed, worldwide, permanent, free, free, free and free license, and the right to use all or part of the user-generated content, as well as any social profile information, code, content of the USER. descriptions of content and other materials presented therein, in whole or in part, in any manner or of any media known or developed, including on the Internet, in any way or another commercially, as well as in the advertising and promotion of Emlid and its products and services, worldwide and in all languages; without payment to you or a third party, or the need to obtain authorization from third parties….