Let Light Be My Power
Maybank Group reserves the right to publish or display all entries, with or without the name of the author, for purposes including but not limited to advertising, publicity and exhibition, without payment of any fees to any party or the need for written consent from any party.one stops at promotional materials.The Arizona Highways 2011 Online Photo Contest is open to amateur and professional photographers, except employees of Arizona Highways magazine, the Arizona Department of Transportation and members of their immediate families. Any images not made in the state of Arizona will be disqualified. By submitting images to the contest, participants grant Arizona Highways magazine the right to publish their images in Arizona Highways magazine and on its website and in any promotional materials (i.e. press releases, future photography contest announcements, social medial efforts, etc.) for no other consideration beyond photographer credit. Photographers retain copyrights to their submitted photographs. First-, second- and third-place winners will be announced in the September 2011 issue of Arizona Highways, as well as on our website. Only the winners will be notified. Incomplete submissions will be disqualified.
world of difference hor. guess you know corporations, but you aren't going to be a very good lawyer.
do you understand what "including , but not limited to" means? let me explain it to you....
when i say that my purposes include, but are not limited to A, B and C. it means that i can introduce D, E, F, G, all the way to Z, and it is covered. in short, it covers EVERYTHING. use to print on toilet paper also can hor. just so you know.
that said, that line in the arizona contest should be highlighted also.
Last edited by night86mare; 24th December 2010 at 03:17 PM.
Really? And that's the substantive difference? Does it matter whether they reproduce your so-called fantastic contest entries on an ad or on a piece of toilet paper? Do you get paid in either case, in either contest?
i suppose your brilliant marketing skills have included using toilet paper for some form of promotional material in the past before.. for your creativity.
like kit says, don't think you respect your photos if you are willing to let people wipe their arse with it.
Last edited by night86mare; 24th December 2010 at 03:26 PM.
If we find that, even in one of the most respected landscape photo magazines, the rules of the contest require that you give them the right of reproduction in all substantive media that they own (ie web, print, social media, etc), then why would you expect any corporate, whose main business is not selling photos, and whose lawyers are used to being high-handed (witness the strong t's and c's in any loan agreement), be any lesser from the t+c's of any respected photo magazines?
Yet, unlike photo magazines, who depend on photos for their business, Maybank does not. So why would you think Maybank needs to run a contest to screw photographers? Shouldn't the prime suspect be those who need photos for their business?
and you still don't get the point, do you?
having the potential to screw, is very different from running a contest to screw. what we're talking about is the former.
i might wish to highlight to people passing by a mrt station with a man holding a knife standing in front, that he has a knife and has the potential to stab someone with it. that's very different from him having actually stabbed someone with it.
you might as well say that when i say that all men have penises, thus they have the ability to reproduce. that doesn't mean that i'm saying that all men need to reproduce, or WILL reproduce.
so get your story right, instead of throwing strawman arguments around repeatedly despite people telling you that you are being absolutely ridiculous.
Last edited by night86mare; 24th December 2010 at 03:32 PM.
I'll have to design a toilet paper called "Screw night86mare and wipe your assss on her face".
However you don't believe that it is the intention of the organisers to invoke that right.
Anyway, lets all keep to a civil discussion and chill. If nothing, its the holiday seasons.
Last edited by ahbian; 24th December 2010 at 04:52 PM.
Well said, as long as you understand the Singapore context.
Civility begets civility and vice versa. Nothing to do with holiday season.
IS there a stubborn juvenile, who is full of himself, on the thread?
Can we just leave IT alone and let's not OT, ok?
Anybody joining? .... Oh, Kit had submitted hor. I should submit mine too
PS: MERRY CHRISTMAS TO EVERYONE!