Google Retracts Objectionable EULA Language

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In all the excitement surrounding the Chrome release, a few people quickly noticed some disturbing language in the EULA agreement:

11.1 You retain copyright and any other rights that you already hold in Content that you submit, post or display on or through the Services.

As Matt Cutts of Google blogged, Google has now retracted that language from Chrome's EULA agreement.

You are now free to post blogs (including this one) without consulting Google's legal team. *Whew*.

What happened when google accept the EULa language?
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