In other words, by posting anything (via Chrome) to your blog(s), any forum, video site, myspace, itunes, or any other site that might happen to be supporting you, Google can use your work without paying you a dime. They can go and edit it all they want. Even further, you’re claiming that you have the power to grant these rights. So no one who works for Conde Nast (Wired, Arstechnica), TechCrunch, Gawker, any of the other big web publishers, or a university where the employee is performing research can agree to the Chrome ToS because they most likely don’t have the right to give a license to the intellectual property (IP) they produce.
Granting Google ‘a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free and non-exclusive licence to reproduce, adapt, modify, translate, publish, publicly perform, publicly display and distribute any Content that you submit, post or display on or through’ Chrome is coming it rich.
via [Burned by Chrome]
Not even a dime?! sucks. lol. As if I can come out with anything worth a penny, much less a dime.
WAIT? are pennies worth more than dime???
Sorry in my country we use cents and dollars. wohohohoho!
On a totally unrelated note,
type ‘about:stats’ or ‘about:memory’ in google chrome to get some interesting statistics! hohoho
‘SHHHH! this page is secret!’