12 Responses to “Twitter Is Thinking About a Business Model”

  1. Disclaiming liability is not the same as not having potential liability. Twitter can say whatever they want and try to push liability to its users, but I guarantee you that there will be a major court case at some point about whether or not it is the user or Twitter who is liable.

  2. So the Twitter boys are saying people are responsible for the things they post?

    Why is that a problem? It’s not like (for the most part) Twitter controls what anyone posts, so why should they be responsible if a problem occurs? If they did attempt to to filter out certain kinds of links, pictures, etc. .oh, the uproar that would cause.

    Take responsibility for your actions. it’s easy.

  3. I love that the submitter is liable to twitter and their partners if they distribute material that the submitter lacks rights to redistribute. People who agree to this are foolish.

    “You are responsible for your use of the Services, for any Content you provide, and for any consequences thereof, including the use of your Content by other users and our third party partners. You understand that your Content may be rebroadcasted by our partners and if you do not have the right to submit Content for such use, it may subject you to liability. Twitter will not be responsible or liable for any use of your Content by Twitter in accordance with these Terms. You represent and warrant that you have all the rights, power and authority necessary to grant the rights granted herein to any Content that you submit.”