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So many major websites have essentially the same language.
Reddit basically has the same thing. They own everything.
Thats how they are able to make products like this
Actually, they outright published a book of AMA posts. Their new terms of service no longer has any mention of commercial use of your content, making it much harder to do so.
These seem like pretexts, frankly. Reddit admins have already said they are looking to monetize data better, and it stands to reason that they are doing the same for content. They've done it before and this looks like a way to ramp things up. So users retain ownership of their own content, but reddit reserves the right to have unlimited license to it (and not compensate the original creator, or even necessarilz credit them)
I could be wrong and this million-dollar venture could be solely for the benefit of users.
The user above me suggested that /u/trippingchilly deserved gold. Well, gold goes to reddit and it costs them nothing. It is just throwing money at them so you can put a gold circle next to a comment.
has no problem
So instead I threw money at Flint, where it can at least buy a case of waters or something.
Reddit has previously published AMAs in book form, which constitutes a commercial purpose, so theoretically they could publish any content submitted to Reddit.
I'd never heard of this anthology of AMAs that apparently was Ohanian's idea. The amazon reviews are the most savage I've ever seen.
ISBN 978 - 0 - 692 - 58226 - 8. Get you one. I recieved my copy for asking a good question that one time. Amazon link
Ask Me Anything (A collection of Reddit's best from r/IAmA Volume 1) https://www.amazon.com/dp/0692582266/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_t4agCbS7SA1TG
You were saying?
If someone wants to read the book, there are two ways. You can go to Amazon and pay $29.95. or you can just go here: https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/top/
It's plagiarism in the sense that he's profiteering off the crowdsourced volunteerism of his own website. The celebrities provided all of the content and the users submitted the questions. Volunteer moderators organized it. He steps in and publishes a book at massive profits? What the fuck did he do? Other than mismanage the website and fire the one person who organized and orchestrated most of the AMA's.
Victoria should have been the one authoring a book about AMA's. She's the one that actually saw behind-the-scenes and had actual insights into each AMA, information you can't find online. He's just a pseudo-intellectual douche that beat 9gag to the punch. I dislike Alexis, ideologically and personally.