You can do whatever they want with your photos and informationAsurer the biggest boogeyman of the heap, Facebook has hidden a whole series of eyebrows of fine lifting details. On the one hand, you give them the license to use all your photos in any capacity (z.B in an ad). You keep this license even if you delete your account, unless that «content» has been removed by everyone else. Facebook also reserves the right to use your data, whether to improve their services or to conduct controversial psychological studies. And so are you. Microblogging platform and social media tool Tumblr has taken a very honest approach and approaching point in their user agreements. It`s really just a kind of general safeguard clause, and a «please don`t sue us.» In court, these contracts are worthless, because you don`t sign anything. And some sites have several problem bypasses that you can completely bypass these agreements. In its end user agreement, iTunes stipulates that everyone on one of the lists of embargo countries delivered, a number of people and entities to which entry is denied and citizens of embargoed countries. Immediately after, there is an additional restriction on the use of the service: and finally, photos should simply be removed from the relevant pages to deal with data protection and copyright issues, right? All right. Not exactly. There is also a section of these user agreements that states that they can retain the rights to these remote images until an economically reasonable time has elapsed.
They make a mockery of it by making changes every two weeks.