JohnRoy - 4:16 pm on Apr 25, 2012 (gmt 0)
This ridiculous TOS is not Google's fault.
Since they cloned DropBox - it appears that they included their old TOS, and shall (hopefuly) modify it same as DropBox did.
Last July, Dropbox published a revised Terms of Service... It contained this jaw-dropping paragraph:
By submitting your stuff to the Services, you grant us (and those we work with to provide the Services) worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free, sublicenseable rights to use, copy, distribute, prepare derivative works ...
Within days, Dropbox revised its TOS again, adding a clarifying sentence: ďThis license is solely to enable us to technically administer, display, and operate the Services.Ē But the damage had already been done. Itís hard to recover trust when itís lost.