A photographer who raised the question about difference in submitting entries via the Face Book link, for “The Other Hundred Project” was concerned about the loss of rights when he came across following set of rules:
“6. Rights Granted by you: By entering this Contest, you agree that:
- the Administrator, Strutta, and their respective licensees, successors and assigns will have the right to use all or a part of your Entry, your name and address (city and state/province/territory), and the names, likenesses, photographs, voices and images of all persons appearing in the Entry anywhere in the world and in perpetuity, for future advertising, trade, promotion and publicity in any manner and in any medium now known or hereafter devised throughout the world in perpetuity, without compensation and without notice to you and without consideration, review or approval from you; and
He sought clarification from The Other Hundred Project Team and also wanted a clarification on the honorarium. The Team replied to his queries and said:
1. The honorarium is per selected entry of The Other Hundred – each selected entry may be one photo or multiple photos. It is possible for one photographer to have multiple entries selected from his work and therefore be awarded multiple honorariums.
2. Srutta is the third party social-media company The Other Hundred Team have used to set up our Facebook page. Unfortunately, this means there is nothing we can do about the terms and conditions they have listed.
However, The Other Hundred Team says any submissions made directly to us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org are not subject to these rules and instead will follow our own terms and conditions, the ones we have outline on our website.
If any body is not clear please contact:
Surya Balakrishnan of The Other Hundred Project Team: email@example.com
Tel: (852) 3571-8103
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