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Comment Re:Uh Oh! (Score 2, Interesting) 166

This interpretation is utterly wrong. Google themselves have clarified that the legalese is just fancy talk for needing a license from you ( the content creator ) in order to format and present your rightful content, it still belongs to you and Google cannot use this license any other way. The language which the EULA is written in, is alien to most people, even though it looks english.

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