Terms of Service

1. Privacy Any information you provide to Raxionmedia is subject to the Raxionmedia Privacy Policy, which governs our collection and use of your information. You understand that through your use of the Services you consent to the collection and use (as set forth in the Privacy Policy) of this information.

2. Content and Subscriber Content Definitions: For purposes of this Agreement: (1) the term "Content" means a creative expression and includes, without limitation, video, audio, photographs, images, illustrations, animations, logos, tools, written posts, replies, and comments, information, data, text, software, scripts, executable files, graphics, Themes (as defined below), and interactive features, any of which may be generated, provided, or otherwise made accessible on or through the Services; (2) the term "Subscriber Content" is all Content that is posted or otherwise provided or transferred to the Services by a Subscriber (including, without limitation, by you); and Content also includes, without limitation, all Subscriber Content.


Ownership: Subscribers retain ownership of all intellectual property rights in their Subscriber Content, and Raxionmedia and/or third parties retain ownership of all intellectual property rights in all Content other than Subscriber Content. You retain ownership of any intellectual property you post to Tumblr. Subscriber Content License to Raxionmedia:

When you transfer Subscriber Content to Raxionmedia through the Services, you give Raxionmedia a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, sublicensable, transferable right and license to use, host, store, cache, reproduce, publish, display (publicly or otherwise), perform (publicly or otherwise), distribute, transmit, modify, adapt (including, without limitation, in order to conform it to the requirements of any networks, devices, services, or media through which the Services are available), and create derivative works of (including, without limitation, by Reblogging, as defined below), such Subscriber Content.

The rights you grant in this license are for the limited purpose of operating the Services in accordance with their functionality, improving the Services, and allowing Raxionmedia to develop new Services. The reference in this license to "derivative works" is not intended to give Raxionmedia itself a right to make substantive editorial changes or derivations, but does enable Raxionmedia Subscribers to redistribute Subscriber Content from one Tumblr blog to another in a manner that allows Subscribers to, e.g., add their own text or other Content before or after your Subscriber Content ("Reblogging").



 When you upload your creations to Raxionmedia, you grant us a license to make that content available in the ways you'd expect from using our services (for example, via your blog, RSS, etc.). We never want to do anything with your content that surprises you. Something else worth noting: Countless Tumblr blogs have gone on to spawn books, films, albums, brands, and more. We're thrilled to offer our support as a platform for our creators, and we'd never claim to be entitled to royalties or reimbursement for the success of what you've created. It's your work, and we're proud to be a part (however small) of what you accomplish. You also agree that this license includes the right for Raxionmedia to make all publicly-posted Content available to third parties selected by Raxionmedia, so that those third parties can distribute and/or analyze such Content on other media and services. An example of what it means to "make all publicly-posted Content available" to a Raxionmedia partner for distribution or analysis would be if we licensed a feed of already-publicly-available Content to a partner, similar to how Twitter makes feeds available through its Streaming API. Note also that this license to your Subscriber Content continues even if you stop using the Services, primarily because of the social nature of Content shared through the Services - when you post something publicly, others may choose to comment on it, making your Content part of a social conversation that cannot later be erased without retroactively censoring the speech of others. One thing you should consider before posting: When you make something publicly available on the Internet, it becomes practically impossible to take down all copies of it. You also agree that you will respect the intellectual property rights of others, and represent that you have all of the necessary rights to grant us this license for all Subscriber Content you submit to the Services. Content License to You: As a Subscriber of the Services, Tumblr grants you a worldwide, non-exclusive, non-sublicensable, and non-transferable license to download, store, view, display, perform, redistribute, and create derivative works of Content solely in connection with your use of, and in accordance with the functionality and restrictions of, the Services (including, without limitation, Paid Services, as defined below). This means, for example, that we license Content to you so that you can Reblog Content and add commentary to it.



Compliance with Community Guidelines: You agree that you won't post Subscriber Content that violates, or otherwise use your Account in ways that violate, Raxionmedia's Community Guidelines. Termination and Deletion: On termination of your Account or upon your deletion of particular pieces of Subscriber Content from the Services, Tumblr shall make reasonable efforts to make such Subscriber Content inaccessible and cease use of it; however, you acknowledge and agree that: (a) caching of, copies of, or references to the Subscriber Content may not be immediately removed; (b) such removed Subscriber Content may persist in backups (not available to others) for a reasonable period of time; and (c) such removed Subscriber Content may be available (and stored on our servers) through the accounts of other Subscribers, such as because of Reblogging.