And yes, under that agreement, you are passing your exclusive rights
to the material to Microsoft.
As reported in today's GigaLaw.com Daily News (http://www.GigaLaw.com/news), after great backlash, Microsoft has, not surprisingly, revised its "Terms of Service" for Passport by deleting terms that granted the company a broad license to use, modify, distribute, publish or sell "any communication with or through the Passport website."
Doug Isenberg, Esq.
Editor & Publisher, GigaLaw.com (http://www.GigaLaw.com)
GigaLaw.com: "Legal information for Internet professionals"
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