After overreaching TOS angers customers, cloud supplier Vultr backs off

After overreaching TOS angers users, cloud provider Vultr backs off

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After backlash, the cloud supplier Vultr has up to date its phrases to take away a clause {that a} Reddit person feared required prospects to “fork over rights” to “something” hosted on its platform.

The alarming clause appeared to grant Vultr a “non-exclusive, perpetual, irrevocable” license to “use and commercialize” any person content material uploaded, posted, hosted, or saved on Vultr “in any manner that Vultr deems applicable, with none additional consent” or compensation to customers or third events.

Here is the total clause that was eliminated:

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