Youtube Service Agreement

The service may contain links to third-party sites and online services that are not in YouTube`s possession or controlled by YouTube. YouTube has no control over these online sites and services and does not assume responsibility for them. Be aware when you leave the service; We recommend that you read the terms and conditions and privacy policy of any third-party site and online service you visit. This agreement contains the entire agreement between the contracting parties for all prior written or oral agreements between them, taking into account the purpose of that agreement. There are no written or written commitments, agreements or agreements between and between the parties regarding the purpose of this agreement, which is not fully expressed. This section describes our relationship with you. It contains a description of the service, defines our contract and indicates your service provider. Important updates: When a user clicks on the link, they are uploaded to the BuzzFeed site, where there are legal agreements in the “Plus” tab: in this “Links” section, you can use it to access your website and, if you wish, you can provide links to your legal agreements. Here, BuzzFeed places links to its page with privacy rules and the “User Agreement” page: this section applies to users who provide content to the service. It defines the scope of permissions you grant by downloading your content and includes your consent not to post what violates the rights of others. Important updates: Return and refund rules and “payment terms” apply to e-commerce businesses, where users purchase everything from physical goods to online service contracts (for example. B for SaaS applications). This section contains our commitment to service to you.

He also explains that there are some things that we will not be responsible for. Important updates: The service`s content includes videos, audio (z.B. music and other sounds), graphics, photos, text (such as comments and scripts), brand (including trade names, brands, service marks or logos), interactive features, software, metrics and other materials, whether provided by you , YouTube or a third party (together “content”).