Intellectual Property

Modified on Sat, 18 Feb 2023 at 12:52 PM

Spoutible respects the intellectual property rights of others and requires users to do the same. This includes but is not limited to copyrights and trademarks. 

Examples of Intellectual Property violations on Spoutible include: 

  1. Copyright Infringement: Using someone else's work without permission, including but not limited to photographs, music, videos, and text. 
  2. Trademark Infringement: Using a trademark without permission, including but not limited to logos and brand names. 
  3. Piracy: Distributing copyrighted material without permission, such as music, movies, and software. 
  4. Counterfeiting: Creating and selling fake versions of trademarked goods, such as luxury items and consumer goods. 
  5. Unauthorized Use of Celebrity Endorsements: Using someone else's likeness or name without permission for commercial purposes, such as endorsements. 
  6. Unauthorized Use of Personal Information: Using someone else's personal information, such as their name or image, without permission. 
  7. Trade Secret Misappropriation: Sharing confidential business information without permission, such as trade secrets and confidential business plans

If you come across a post, account, or any other content that you believe violates this policy, please report it to us. Spoutible will review all reports and take appropriate action, including but not limited to removal of the content, disabling the user's account, and reporting the user to law enforcement if necessary. 

Users are solely responsible for the content they post and share on Spoutible and must comply with this policy and all applicable laws. 

This policy may be updated from time to time to reflect changes in the law or best practices. 

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