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Re: [vox] another crummy EULA
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Re: [vox] another crummy EULA

You could just use them for Internet access.  Web hosting
services are a dime a dozen.

A good use for your web space with Verizon would be to
publish these portions of their EULA.  :-)

Or put your .jpg and streaming media files there (i.e. no
HTML) and link to them from your "real" web site.  That will
conserve web space and bandwidth at whatever cheap hosting
service you use.

-- Rod

On Thursday 06 February 2003 11:25 pm, Lorie Obal wrote:
> I was checking the verizon EULA for people who plan to put up web pages.
> One of the things they stiplated was:
> "VerizonOnline may run advertisements and promotions on its users' Web
> sites. By creating your Web site, you agree that VerizonOnline has the
> right, at its sole discretion, to run such advertisements and promotions
> and that you shall not alter or delete any portion thereof. These
> advertisements and promotions may include, but shall not be limited to,
> banners, advertisements and pop-up texts.
> VerizonOnline reserves the right to change, alter, modify, delete sections
> or take any other action necessary in order to place advertisements on
> users' Web sites.   The manner, mode and extent of advertising by
> VerizonOnline on your Web sites is subject to change, in Verizon's sole
> discretion. "
> They go on to demand their cut from running such adverts.  Beyond putting
> a disclaimer urging readers of any page I create to ignore and boycott the
> ads and their clients, I don't have much choice. I'm in the boonies.
> -Lorie

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