@kauko Bullshit! They don't "need" a license to "adapt, modify, publish, create derivative work of" users' content (it's probably illegal in Europe). All they need is to host it.
They don't need a "perpetual license", and it's not "just lawyers being cautious". Cautious lawyers would know that perpetual clause is illegal in Europe (The "right to be forgotten", the GRDP.).
And it's NOT in "EVERY online service tos".
@rachel @spacekookie every service that supports sending pictures has that clause. Here's an explanation: https://support.discordapp.com/hc/en-us/articles/360018659011-Your-Content-Clause-Explained
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