Just a few words
every writer, author, blogger, publisher, or copier
"_____________ Company grants you
a limited, revocable, non-exclusive,
to access and make personal,
non-commercial use of the (Material) or its content
and not to download
(other than page caching or unless otherwise allowed
by _______________ Company or permitted by law)
or modify all or any portion of the (Material)
and its content.
This license does not include any resale or
commercial use of the Material or its contents;"
Content is King these modern times, always has been
and it is not "free" although you'd never know
when you see company names
like Huff Post or Random House
and the writer's or author's name
even if "House editors"
and the article title
and date and time of pub
None of it is free
not even from my source of choice
All require attribution, and/or a fee,
for you to use
unless a critic...
so criticize whatever you copy
is my advice
Add your opinion of it.
Speak your mind and heart
don't let it stand --
If that is what you must do
to save your assets and not get sued
in this U.S. and worldwide society
litigious as in ubiquitous
all to make a buck
not from their content,
but from your auth or
unauthorized use of it
More money to be made
in that than the creation itself
for Content is King
and you won't get paid for it
but may get your name in print
for whatever that's worth...