Welcome to the Unsentmessageto.com! We’re so glad you’re here and we’re excited to read your submission. Submitting an unsent message to the Unsent Message Website (UMT) is an easy and exciting way to share your thoughts with the world. But before you hit the submit button, it’s important to understand the terms of submission.
- By hitting the submit button, you acknowledge and agree that your submission will be automatically published in the “Unsent Message to” (UMT) archive. This means that once you hit the submit button, any information you type into your submission can be seen and searched for by any person on the internet indefinitely.
- It’s important to understand that once you hit the submit button, there is no way to delete a (UMT) submission from the project or the internet. It will remain part of the “Unsent Message to” (UMT) archive forever.
- In addition, you are only allowed to make a maximum of one submission to the project in any 24-hour period. This ensures that the (UMT) is a safe and secure place for everyone to share their thoughts.
- Finally, you are required to submit it in English. This is to ensure that the Unsent Message Website is accessible and understandable to people from all around the world.
We hope that you find the “Unsent Message to” (UMT) an exciting and rewarding place to share your thoughts. Thank you for understanding and agreeing to the terms of the submission.
When submitting content, you guarantee compliance with intellectual property laws.
- As a valued member of the “Unsent Message to” (UMT), you represent and warrant that you have all necessary rights, licenses, and permissions to grant the above privileges. This means that you will be fully responsible for ensuring that any Content submitted by you to the Unsent website does not violate any third party intellectual property rights including copyrights and trademark rights.
- Furthermore, you agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the (UMT), its parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, customers, vendors, hosts, officers, and employees from any liability, damage, or cost (including reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs) and from any claim or demand made by any third party due to violation of these representations and warranties, or otherwise arising out of any submitted Content.
- This is essential to being part of the (UMT), and we take it very seriously here. We want to ensure that we are protecting all our members’ rights and providing a safe and secure environment for everyone involved.
By submitting content, you grant the necessary licenses to the Unsent Message Website.
- When you submit content to the “Unsent Message to” (UMT), you agree to grant the (UMT) 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 the Content.
- This means that the (UMT) can use your content in a variety of ways, including publicly displaying it, copying it, modifying it to make it more suitable for a particular format, or even creating a new version of the content by combining it with other content. These rights are granted to the (UMT) without any restrictions, including any payment from you or any other party.
- The rights granted here are also perpetual, meaning that they will remain in effect for as long as the content remains on the (UMT). In addition, the (UMT) may enforce these rights against any third party who may infringe upon them. These rights apply to all forms of content that you submit to the Unsent Message Website, including text.
- By submitting content to the “Unsent Message to” (UMT), you are not only giving the (UMT) the right to use your content, but you are also consenting to the (UMT)’s terms of service. This means that you are agreeing to all the terms and conditions of the (UMT), including the right to post your content and the right to use it in accordance with these terms.
- The (UMT) is committed to protecting your content and making sure that it is used responsibly. We take your privacy seriously and will not use your content in any way that violates your rights or the rights of any other party. We are also committed to protecting the integrity of the content you submit to the Unsent Message Website and to ensuring that it remains intact and true to your original intentions.
- By submitting content to the “Unsent Message to” (UMT), you are giving the Unsent Message Website an irrevocable and non-exclusive 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 the Content. You are also agreeing to the “Unsent Message to” (UMT) terms of service and acknowledging that you are granting the (UMT) these rights in perpetuity.
Submitting content implies that you have ensured compliance with laws and that it does not include any prohibited material.
- Doxing is a serious issue and one that has been growing in prevalence more and more as the internet continues to become an integral part of our daily lives. Doxing is defined as writing a submission that includes any private or identifying information of their persons. This can range from usernames, addresses, phone numbers, links to any outside sources, information about a person’s family, place of employment, or any other identifying details.
- It can also include any unlawful, defamatory, libelous, threatening, pornographic, harassing, or hateful language. This includes any language that could be deemed discriminatory to anyone’s ethnicity, national origin, race, color, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender expression, identity, or physical appearance.
- Hate speech and bullying language are also included in this definition. This includes anything meant to harm, intimidate, or coerce any individual. Absolutely no slurs or derogatory comments of any kind will be permitted.
- Every website should take the necessary steps to ensure its users are protected from doxing. This can include having clear and express terms and conditions, implementing a reporting system, as well as having safety/moderation teams on hand to review any potential violations of these terms. It is also important for websites to have a policy in place for dealing with any potential doxing that is reported or discovered.
- At the end of the day, it is up to the individual to be aware of the potential risks of doxing and take the necessary measures to protect themselves. This can include choosing a secure username and password, making sure not to share personal information, and being extra vigilant about what is being posted online.