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masque wrote (edited )

That doesn't make any sense. All creative works are protected by copyright by default in most countries, with some exceptions (e.g. stuff created by the US government is automatically public domain in the US). Even something distributed under a free license, like Wikipedia, is technically copyrighted.

Obviously the language in the TOS is meant to avoid legal problems associated with piracy, but as written basically everything on the site is currently a TOS violation.