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  1. Hmm, I’m not really having a problem with this. Basically, it says you, as author, can’t go back and say to Google “Hey, you’ve been posting my stuff just as I agreed, but now I expect some payment for the 3000 views it has had.” You own your copyright, but Google has the right to make it available to nayone who asks. It is the same deal you have with wordpress. I’ve had about 100,000 views of my blog since inception, and wouldn’t it have been nice to have had even a dime for each of those? But generating a revenue stream is my business, not the blog platform’s. If I’m wrong in this, someone please explain it to me. Of course, I keep my blog advertising free for a number of reasons, so maybe it isn’t a real issue for me.

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    1. True, but they also have the right, irrevocable, to change it.

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