Google: Just kidding about the Chrome user agreement
Well, that was fast. After a kerfluffle from aggrieved customers (including yours truly), Google has issued a mea culpa and taken back the End User Licensing Agreement. The agreement had open-ended language that seemed to allow Google to do anything it wanted with anything you post using its browser, now and forever, royalty-free.
Well, that was easy. The lesson, as always: complain more.
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